In the second game in three days, Bojan Bogdanović shined in the Utah Jazz’s convincing victory over the San Antonio Spurs, but this time Luca Samani Luka Šamanić played this season’s game for the guests. On the other hand, Dario Saric fell to the lowest point of the season, even if it wasn’t his entire NBA career.
After scoring 25 points in a 110-99 victory on Tuesday, Bogdanovic stopped at 24 points last night, while Utah celebrated with 126:94. For him, this may be the most economical game of the season because he only made 13 shots (10/13), made three-pointers and only free throws. He also had two rebounds and two steals, but he kind of ruined his impression after losing five times.
Since the game was decided earlier, the Spurs even gave Luka Šamanić a chance within 24 minutes, who took advantage of the expanded position with 15 points to make him the team’s The first scorer. That is his performance this season, one point worse than the professional record created by the bubble game last season. He shot 6/14 from the field, 2/4 from three-pointers, and one of 2 free throws. In addition, he also recorded 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block and 3 times. Mistakes.
Dario Saric didn’t end the game until the last eight minutes before playing in Atlanta’s 135:103 Phoenix defeat. Coach Monty Williams appeared to be withdrawing from the game again after fixing a problematic ankle, so when he introduced him to him during “trash time”, he confused everyone. In those eight minutes, Sarek remained at zero in all statistical categories, but he missed two shots. In nearly five full seasons of his career, Sarek has never been in such a state.
Due to this failure, the Suns missed the chance to keep up with Uta and again gave her the title of independent Western Conference title.