Facundo Campazzo returned to the ring after missing two games due to injury (knee) and registered 13 minutes of action in the overwhelming victory of Denver Nuggets over Cleveland Cavaliers 133-95.
On his return, the Argentine guard contributed five points (scored 2 of 6 field goals, including a four-shot triple), dealt three assists, he recovered two balls, put a stopper and committed two personal fouls.
Power forward Paul Millsap was who led the Nuggets scoring with 22 points, followed by Michael Porter, who reached 19 points, including four triples from seven attempts. This time, Serbian center Nikola Jokic did not need such an outstanding day, although he did his job, especially in directing the game by getting a double-double (12 points and 12 assists).
The victory allowed the Campazzo Nuggets (13-11) end a three-game losing streak and finish seventh in the classification of the Western Conference.
On the side of the Cavaliers, who added their fifth consecutive defeat and the seventh in the last eight games played, the leader of the attack was the center Jarrett Allen, who contributed a double-double of 18 points and 10 rebounds.