The teams of DARIO ŠARIĆ and Bojan Bogdanović achieved high victories and both performed below average.
Saric scored 9 points in the Suns’ 100th Anniversary game, which is not bad given the fact that he scored the same in the first three games.
In Phoenix’s 134:106 victory over Washington, Shishi made four of eight shots and made one of two three-pointers. He recorded three rebounds and three assists and a stolen ball.
In a season of bad luck, Saric performed best in late February and early March, when he averaged 14.1 points per game in eight games. Since then, he has shown double-digit performances in only 3 of 15 games.
Last night, as many as 8 teammates scored, Devin Booker led by 27 points. For the Wizards, Raul Neto scored 24 and Russell Westbrook scored a triple-double with 17 points, 14 assists and 11 rebounds.
Bogdanovic lost again in a convincing victory for the Utah Jazz, this time defeating the Sacramento Kings 128:112. Our basketball players missed six of eight attempts and all four three-pointers. Fortunately, his free throw rate is unquestionable (4/4), so he finished the game with 8 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 turnover and 2 turnovers. As a result, he broke into six games and scored in double digits.
Donovan Mitchell scored 42 points for Uta, and the Kings’ top scorer was De’Aaron Fox with 30 points.
As a result, Utah became the first team this season with only 13 wins and 40 victories. Close behind in the west is the Sun with a ratio of 37-15, while third place is the Clippers and Ivica Zubac (36-18).