Corrie Weapon Warriors in the face of the Sixers

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry continued his offensive brilliance by scoring 49 points, and led his team to defeat the Philadelphia 76ers, leaders of Eastern District 107-96, in the NBA.

It is the eleventh game in a row during which Corrie, who scored 47 points in the loss to the Boston Celtics on Saturday, scored 30 points or more, to give the Warriors a deserved victory in his struggle for a qualified place in the playoff rounds.
Corrie imposed himself as the most prominent candidate to win the title of best player in the regular season, with a record average of 31.4 points per game this season, and the lethal weapon became the ninth-place holder in the Western Region with 29 wins and the same number of defeats.
Corrie scored 10 three-pointers, five of 20 in the fourth fourth quarter, of his total points against the Seventy Sixers.
It is the 21st time in his current team’s jersey that he has scored 10 three-pointers or more in one game, ahead of his colleague Clay Thompson, who has achieved this feat in just five matches.
The Warriors ended a series of four successive victories for the Seventy Sixers, whose ranks featured Cameroonian Joel Embed with 28 points, 13 rebounds and 8 assists.
Curie’s younger brother, Seth, shone through the losers with 15 points, and Mattis Thibol added 13.
In a second match, Devin Booker, scoring a free throw 0.3 seconds before the final whistle, led his Phoenix Suns team to beat the Milwaukee Bucks by a score of 128-127 after the extension.
Booker topped the list of scorers with 24 points, his teammates Chris Ball added 22 points with 13 assists and 7 rebounds, and Michael Bridges added 21 points.
Deandre Eighton also excelled with 20 points and 13 rebounds, and Cameron Payne and Cameron Johnson with 12 and 13 points, respectively.
On the other hand, the 33 points of Greek Yannis Antitokunembo did not solve without losing his team, while Chris Middleton and Gro Holiday finished the match with 26 and 25 points, respectively.
In Denver, Serbian giants Nikola Jukic scored 47 points for his team, the Denver Nuggets, and led them to victory over Memphis Grizzlies 139-137 after two more games.
Jukic added 15 rebounds and 8 assists to his scoring record, and his colleague Will Barton contributed 28 points, to keep the Nuggets in fourth place in the Western Region with 37 wins to 20 defeats.
Utah Jazz strengthened its lead in the Western by defeating the Los Angeles Lakers, the title holder 111-97.
Jordan Clarkson was from the bench the best scoring winner with 22 points.
In other matches, the Indiana Pacers lost to the San Antonio Spurs 94-109, and the Boston Celtics to the Chicago Bulls 96-102.
The Miami Heat beat the Houston Rockets 113-91, the Washington Wizards beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 119-107, and the Detroit Pistons beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 109-105.

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