Ubrecht Suns’victory over Nuggets Tatum and Owen’s defeat
Today’s NBA is a “cold” day. First, the Pistons beat the Clippers, and the Eastern Ninth beat the Western Fifth. One of the key points
of this campaign is Griffin’s return to Staples to face the old Clippers. As a result, Griffin did not disappoint the fans. He scored 44 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 breaks and 1 hat, which made the Clippers regret. Aft
er the Grizzlies lost to the Heat again, Wade’s desperate defense made the Heat laugh until the end, h
e scored 10 points and 5 assists in the game, showing excellent performance. What surprised you most was the Celtics’103-105 home defeat.
With 2.9 seconds to go before the end of the game, the Celtics were 103-105 two points behind. On the final attack, Hayward’s sideline se
rved to Tatum, who barely missed the shot with a slight mistake in the poor dribble. After the game, Owen looked a little depressed. What was he talking to Hayward loudly?
Then he went into the dressing room. Owen scored 25 points but did not take the game away from Orlando. From the tactical arrangement, it was clear that Stevens had let Tatum
finish the final attack, but Tatum failed to hit without critical experience. Owen expressed his dissatisfaction with his teammates after the
game. Owen admitted that the young players in the team did not understand the level of the championship team and did not know what efforts they would have to make every day to win the championship, if they recognized it.
It’s hard work for the team now, and if they get to the finals, their ideas will be subverted. “The team didn’t have any big goals last year. Everyone played relaxedly and simply. Everyone played well beyond expectations. What about this year? Everyone, from players to coaches, has great expectations for this year, but we haven’t done well. We can overcome the difficulties, we can become better, I can do better, we need to win those away games, as a leader, my responsibility is to lead you to the finals. Owen continued.