Denver basketball player, Nikola Jokic, was pleased with the game that he played in the match against San Antonio, but also noted that this performance is negligible because his team was defeated.
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Spurs celebrated the sixth match with 120: 103, which made them 3: 3 in the series.
Although the balanced battle led to the final stretch, San Antonio managed to separate from the beginning of the fourth quarter and reached the bridegroom.
"They had several jumps in the attack, they were hit by the second attempt, they had good energy, we fell and they knew it would use it, Explain Jokic.
"They were talented footballers, they were struck by every position, they had confidence, they knew they had to win, so they played."
The Serbian center ended the game with 43 points, which is his new personal record in the NBA. At the same time, he broke the franchise score with a number of points in a play-off match.
"The most important team and victory, what you can do to help, you have to do it, it was probably my best career, but that's not enough," he said. said Nicholas, who also had 12 rebounds and nine assists.
Who will be in the semifinals of the Western Conference will be known after the seventh match, which will be played in Denver.
"The first one is master, it will probably be difficult, it may be good because we are playing in our area. We need to do our best, play physically, whatever we do to win."
It will be Michael Malone, Nikola Jokic, Jamal Murray, Gary Harris, Malik Bezeli, Monte Morris and Tori Craig. Https: //t.co/GHomHBxG46
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