Facundo Campazzo, continues to add filming in his first experience in the NBA, starred in a curious moment in the victory of the Denver Nuggets over the Philadelphia 76ers (104-95): Knocked Ben Simmons down!
With seven minutes into the second quarter, the Australian -who is 2.11 meters tall- tried to block the Argentine base, who threw him with a butt despite the fact that he is 33 centimeters shorter. Then, Dwight Howard went to find the Cordovan and made a gesture to him because of his height.
Campazzo continues to add minutes to Michael Malone’s team: he played 25 and recorded two rebounds and one assist. For its part, Jamal Murray was the team’s top scorer, with 30 points (with four assists and six rebounds).
In turn, Michael Porter Jr reaped 27 units, with four assists and twelve rebounds, while Nikola Jokic added 21 points, six assists and ten rebounds.
With this result, Denver Nuggets (who had just beaten New Orland Pelicans and Atlanta Hawks) he got his third consecutive win, no less than against the Philadelphia 76ers, the best placed in the Eastern Conference.
Denver Nuggets, for the first time with an audience
It’s not just another night in Denver because for the first of the season Nuggets fans went to Ball Arena to watch their team against Philadelphia and, consequently, Facundo Campazzo also had his followers in the stands.
In this first instance, Denver opened the doors to health workers and from April 1, the general public will be able to enter. Of course, with a reduced capacity.