Facundo Campazzo had his second game in Denver and does not stop doing his games on American soil. This time without as many minutes on the court as in the first duel of preparation against Golden State, the Cordovan was still able to display all his talent in the nine minutes who participated in the Denver Nuggets win over Portland Trail Blazers, by 126 to 95.
The Cordovan could not score, but he did distribute three assists, got a steal, a block and captured another rebound. His best intervention in the game was a clear to Enes Kanter followed by a luxurious pass to Cancar to overturn it, although he also gave another assist without looking.
To clinch the victory, Denver had the great performance of Paul Millsap, who scored 18 points, plus 16 from Murray. Nikola Jokic was the figure with 12 touchdowns, 11 rebounds and eight assists.
With this triumph, the Cordovan has already achieved his first victory in the United States and is going for more.
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– Denver Nuggets (@nuggets) December 17, 2020
THE SAYINGS OF THE DENVER COACH, BEFORE THE GAME
Before the triumph of Denver, with the participation of Campazzo playing only nine minutes, the franchise coach, Michael Malone, took the floor and was praiseworthy for the Cordoba: “Facu is a player we have followed for a long time. This year was the right year to bring him.”
“Against Golden State he showed everyone who he is and what kind of player he is. He is a hard worker, a tough boy, has a huge heart and plays with tremendous passion “he continued.
And closed: “I have the feeling that there will be a lot of guys running around Denver in his jersey because they can feel reflected in him and they get excited to see him play.”.