Memphis Chrysalis wins play-off match against Golden State Warriors and is in the playoffs! 117: 112 In victory, the decision is made in overtime. This is the end of the season for Stephen Curry.
Twice MVP came back to 39 points (13/28 FG), but had trouble defending Chrysalis’ poison and made 7 turnovers. In the end, the Warriors could not put the curry in the light, he only took two throws in overtime. His opponent Ja Morant performed better.
Rookie of 2020 scored 35 points (14/29, 5/10 3FG) and recorded 6 rebounds and aids and 4 thefts. With two floats at the last minute, he finally took his team on the path to victory. Unlike the curry, Morand got a little more support from Chrislys.
A further five Chrysalis landed in double figures, with Dillon Brooks (14) and Grayson Allen (12) meeting two or three in overtime. Kyle Anderson (9, 10 rebounds, 6 assists) showed a strong performance. In Tubs, after Charcoal, Andrew Wiggins (22, 10 rebounds), Jordan Poole (19) and Tremond Green (11, 16 rebounds, 10 assists) are the most notable.
The teams started the last day of the regular season with the same opening fives that Golden State won 113: 101. This time Chryslice got off to a good start because Morant drowned his first two threes. Although Valencianas and Jackson both got into bad trouble early on, meanwhile Curry scored 10-0, Memphis were clear at half-time: the lead was up to 15 points, with the guests leading with 62:49 at the break.
Stephen Curry and Ja Morant have a heated fight
After the break, Memphis lost its fiber increasingly offensive, and, like Golden State, made several returns. Morant and curry, Incredible and achieved -1, Took turns with scores, the gap shrunk evenly, and a three-and-a-half minute lead of 10 points was not enough as a pillow for ChrisLice.
The Warriors made a comeback last, thanks to curry and greens, but the pool, one in three, was dirty. In the final minute, Wiggins equalized the game, while Memphis on the other hand made a shotlock violation. However, the Green potential game winner failed, so it went overtime. It was so exciting here.
Alan scored two of three for Memphis, but Green resisted, once out of town. 1:50 minutes before the end, Pool gave the Warriors the lead after an attack was deflected, this time facing Tillman and putting a push-shot to Morant +3. Pool gave one more turnover, Paul swept the Morant clock – and sank 4.5 seconds before the next float! The pool was shortened to the final three, but it was no longer important. Desmond Bane hit the final.
This is the end of the season for the Warriors. Memphis, on the other hand, will face Utah Jazz, the best team of the regular season, in the first playoff round. The series begins Monday night.
The most important figures
Golden State Warriors (8) vs. Memphis Chrysalis (9) 112: 117 OT (BOXSCORE)
- Even against the Lakers, the Warriors’ earnings were a big issue, and they came back in the first few minutes of the game. In the first nine attacks, Dubs lost the ball four times, with a total of 5 turning points in the first quarter. There were 21 ball defeats throughout the game, from which Chris Lice scored 22 points. Memphis allowed only 12 points after their own 15 TOs.
- Jonas Valencianas was already the King of Plus / Minus in Memphis against San Antonio: with him you were at +26, while the game was only won at 100:96. It seemed dangerous when JV picked up his third foul quickly, being able to play only 8:33 minutes in the first half – his representative Xavier Tillman (11 points, 7 rebounds) and the bank playing a very strong first half. The bank fight went to Memphis with 40:27. In a tight game, Valencianas had a +7 rating in 25:33 minutes, before he was defiled and he “never lost” Memphis again.
- Surprisingly, Memphis was also ahead of the game from the outside. In the first half, the guests drowned 9 out of their 17 threes, which was only 5/14 with the dubs. As is well known, Morant is often called upon to throw, but in this game he punished it from the outside (5/10) by superior professionals. In the end, Memphis hit a strong 15/35, while Golden State hit 12/35.
Warriors vs. Chrysalis: Voices for the game
Steve Kerr (Coach Warriors): “I think fatigue played a role. We haven’t seen that forest in the last six weeks.”
Yes Morant (Chryslice): “To be honest I like the pressure, I think it takes my game to a whole new level.”
Star of the game: Yes Morant
The 21-year-old described his performance on Sunday as “unacceptable” and this time he performed very well because he was more determined. After all, he attacked all three of his men, but apart from the third quarter, he also delivered a series of big plays and defensively blocked several passes (4 thefts). Then there were two floats at the end of the game. Without defense, of course, Memphis would not have won: the best Brooks, Tillman and Anderson should be emphasized here.
Game failure: Andrew Wiggins
His stateline was well read (22 and 10, 10/22 FG) and actually had some good plays during the Wiggins game. The problem, however, was that it provided little relief when Memphis refused the curry ball – and he did not hit when he tried. In overtime he failed with a difficult step back jumper from medium distance (not a good throwing choice) and then set up the ball with the opportunity to lead Far from the ring. Bitter game for Canadians.
Scene of the game
Master of Morant ball fakes. A few times in this game, but he proved to be a long way off This layout is the best example: After all, many people do not have the creativity and patience to get free trash.