GSW, a Portland green onion that was close to the whole group, is strong without curry
Golden State, where all key resources rested, lightly beat Portland.
The Golden State Warriors won a complete 131-98 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers in the 2022-2023 NBA preseason at the San Francisco Chase Center on the 11th.
Golden State’s Jamaican Green was active with 20 points and eight rebounds, including four three-point shots. Moses Moody also did his part with 20 points and three rebounds, including three three-point shots.
Portland’s Usurf Nerkic scored 16 points and four rebounds but collapsed helplessly.
GSW, which missed Stephen Curry, Jordan Poole, Andrew Wiggins, and Kevin Rooney for a break, and did not play Clay Thompson, Draymond Green and Andre Iguodala, has a starting lineup consisting of Dante DiVinchenzo-Mozeth Moody-Jonathan Cumminga-Jamaic Green-James Wiseman.
Portland, where only Damian Lillard rested, started the game with Ann Funny Simons-Kion Johnson-Josh Hart-Jerami Grant-Yusurf Nerkic stepping on the court as a starter.
The first quarter was a battle of firepower. From the beginning, the two teams exchanged scores quickly. He was often seen finishing under the goal with concentration. After a tight flow, Golden State edged ahead 35-34 in the first quarter.
In the second quarter, the atmosphere drastically shifted to Golden State. Golden State, which quickly widened the gap with two three-point shots, took a double-digit lead with a foul inducement following a large number of key players’ attack on Portland. Golden State, which maintained a good flow until the end of the quarter, finished the first half 68-56.
In the second half, the flow did not change much.
GSW ran away from home thanks to the performances of Green, Moody and Wiseman in good condition after Portland brought Noukichi, Simmons and Grant to the bench early in the third quarter. The gap once widened to 39 points, and Golden State finished the game lightly with a victory.