‘Vucevic’s personal record of 43 points’ Chicago overcame GSW with 21 3-pointers

Golden State made three-pointers without a break, but Chicago’s firepower was stronger, with all five starting players scoring double digits.

The Chicago Bulls won 132-118 in the 2022-2023 NBA regular league home game against the Golden State Warriors held at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois, USA on the 16th (Korean time).

Chicago escaped a three-game losing streak and moved up to 10th in the Eastern Conference. Nikola Vucevic (43 points, 5 3-pointers, 13 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals) scored the most personal points, and Jack Lavin (27 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists) also did his part. Chicago scored double digits with six players, including Coby White (15 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals), in addition to the 5 starting pitchers.

On the other hand, Golden State failed to win two games in a row even after pouring 21 three-pointers. Klay Thompson (26 points, 8 3-pointers, 4 rebounds, 4 assists) and Stephen Curry (20 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists) fought hard, but 23 errors poured in and swallowed regret.

Chicago started the game well. Chicago, which took the lead by tying up Rabin’s dunk shot and Vucevic’s 3-point shot at the beginning of the first quarter, continued the flow by tying Thompson to 3 points in the first quarter. Chicago, who made a total of six 3-pointers while Vucevic scored two points in the first quarter, finished the first quarter with a score of 35-20.

Chicago faltered in the second quarter. 안전놀이터 Less than two minutes after the start of the second quarter, 11 runs were allowed, and they were chased down to the bottom of the chin at once. Chicago changed the mood with Vucevic’s under-the-goal attack for a while, allowing Thompson and Curry to make three-point shots in a row at the end of the second quarter to turn the game around. At the end of the second quarter, the score was 59-62.

Chicago, which was dragged until the beginning of the third quarter, regained momentum in the middle of the third quarter. Chicago, which changed the atmosphere with consecutive breakthroughs by Lavigne and Alex Caruso, turned the tide of the battle by regaining vitality even with a last-minute 3-point shot in the third quarter. Chicago added Vucevic’s mid-range shot to finish the third quarter with a score of 92-86.

The momentum at the end of the third quarter continued into the fourth quarter. Chicago maintained a leisurely lead from Golden State, who showed Vucevic’s firepower by moving in and out, and made a 3-point shot. Chicago, which ran away by 5 points thanks to Vucevic’s goal about a minute before the end of the game, stopped Golden State’s pursuit after operation time and escaped from a three-game losing streak.

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