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Nuggets and Warriors remain the best at the Western Conference


7 November 2018 01:15
Updated on November 7, 2018 13:22

Canadian base Jamal Murray became the NBA hero who won 48 points left by Denver Nuggets, who along with the Golden State Warriors retained their winning streets and are the two best Western Conference teams.

Murray, who scored 19 of 48 points in the fourth quarter, helped Nuggets beat 115-107 and achieved his best as a professional, his highest career score of 48 points, of which 19 in the fourth quarter and Denver Nuggets overtook a sluggish start to defeat the Celtics 115- 107 in Boston.

With a record 9-1, the Nuggets live their best start to the season from 1976-77. They are also unbeaten 6-0 at home.

Celtics had 18 points in the first quarter, but Denver quickly recovered thanks to Murray, who scored 23 points in the first half.

Celtics (6-4), who led the Kyrie Irving base, which finished 31 points, suffered a second consecutive loss. One that fighters do not know that they have Klay Thompson as the lead encetador who contributed 27 points, ahead of Kevin Durant gained another 22, six rebounds and so many assists, which allowed them to get Memphis Grizzlies 117-101.

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