Brooklyn Nets overwhelmed the Golden State Warriors in the NBA opener, the most important basketball league in the world. Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving shone in the coach’s debut, no prior experience, Steve Nash.
The Nets won 125-99 at the Barclays Center with an overwhelming performance in which they came to have an advantage of 38 points. The first quarter was won by 40-25 and from there they settled down and defined the game until the third. The rest of the sets were 23-20, 36-26 and 26-28.
Kevin Durant is back!
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Irving had 26 points, Durant 22 and LeVert 16, for the Nets, while Stephen Curry added 20 for Golden State and Wiggins, 13.
The next game for both teams will be at Christmas: on December 25 the Warriors will visit the Milwaukee Bucks (16.30) and the Nets will do the same with the Boston Celtics (19.00).
The NBA will continue this Wednesday with a lot of action and among them the Argentine Facundo Campazzo’s official debut at the Denver Nuggets, who will face the Sacramento Kings from 23.00.