The Great Aldama appears unscathed from the Elbow Brawl against the Warriors

The Great Aldama appears unscathed from the Elbow Brawl against the Warriors

Santi checkers Occurred Two numbers in the annotation in clear victory 131-110 affiliate Memphis Grizzliessecond in the West (39-27), before Golden State WarriorsSixth place with a score of 34-33 for Stephen Curry.

The Spanish power advance is 22 y 2.13 m. Occurred 15 points (2-of-4 on 2-pointers, 3-of-5 on 3-pointers and 2 on 2 free throws), 7 rebounds and 1 assist in 30 minutesbecoming the fourth-leading scorer and third-best player of the game for Tennessee and being the protagonist in the Grizzlies’ break with two key triples (87-76 and 110-98) left the Warriors stunned.

Aldama shone in one of the hot moments of the game by getting a Elbow brawl with JaMychal Green Trying to get a virtual rebound from a free throw.

The procedure was reviewed by the referees who I decided to punish JaMychal Green with a technique.

The statistics of the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria player this season are 9.2 points, 4.5 rebounds, 1.2 rebounds and 0.7 blocks in 21.9 minutes on average.

The second worst Road Warriors streak

The Warriors suffered their eighth straight defeat outside San Francisco, matching the second-longest losing streak in their history, trailing only their 10-game losing streak in the 2019-20 season.

Stephen Curry (29+7+4) and Jordan Paul (22) were the best Warriors.

Third Grizzlies game without stopping Ja Morant

The Grizzlies played their third game without Ja Morant, suspended due to a video showing him with a firearm in public. The Memphis star will miss at least the next three games.

“I take full responsibility for my actions. I apologize to my family, teammates, coaches, fans, collaborators, the city of Memphis, and the entire franchise. I will take the time to get help and work on better ways to manage stress and my overall safety,” Ja Morant shared in a statement.

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Jaren Jackson Jr. (21+9), Teus Jones (22+4+11) and Desmond Bane (21) were the standout players for the Grizzlies against the Warriors.

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