Phoenix Suns vs. Denver Nuggets Live, Plays, Stats, Highlights & How To Watch | Argentina

In one of the best games that Saturday NBA offers us, the rematch between Suns (8-6) and Nuggets (8-7) appears. The two face off after Denver’s 130-126 overtime victory this Friday. An important victory for Malone’s team, who opened a five-game run away from home, which will continue with stops in Dallas, Miami and San Antonio.

The news in Denver was doubted by Jamal Murray, who appeared questionable due to a left shoulder injury. However, finally the Canadian will be from the game. The other important news is that Devin Booker is out, due to a strain in the left leg, suffered in closing yesterday. Also, neither will Damian Jones or Dario Saric play.

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The match will start at 20:00 CDMX, 23:00 AR, 03:00 ES and can be followed through NBA League Pass, Through the following link. In addition, the meeting can be followed in Latin America through the signal of NBA TV.

Phoenix Suns vs. Denver Nuggets


1st Quarter

As in Friday’s game, Denver opened with significant defensive problems, suffering especially DeAndre Ayton in the paint.. In addition, there are quick points from Cam Johnson and the advantage for Williams’ is 14-7, after only 4 minutes. Bad start for the visit.

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The response of the Nuggets arrives, with an improvement in their own field and above all, with the hot hand of a Jamal Murray with 10 early points. Denver is not only approaching but after a 2 + 1 from JaMychal Green (with enormous fortune) they are ahead 20-18.

Denver seemed to take control of the scoreboard averaging the first period, but their offense dried up and a couple of bombs from Abdel Nader and rookie Jalen Smith appeared to even the story. Smith also got a typing with one second on the clock, to decree 30-28 with which Phoenix finished up the first 12 minutes.

2nd quarter

Facu Campazzo on court, defending Chris Paul well and leaving this delicious assist for Green’s conversion. The Nuggets lead 37-36 after Porter’s 2 + 1.

Inaccurate moment of the game, with both teams missing their best men. Paul does not have field conversions (although he does have 11 assists), while Jokic has not yet had the prominence of other nights. The one who is still hot is Cameron Johnson, who with a triple action and a foul puts the Suns up 51-48 with 4 minutes remaining.

Johnson was joined by two consecutive 3s by Jae Crowder to give the Suns a five-point lead, though on Denver’s final attack at the half, a Jokic correction brought the score closer to a single possession: 61-58 Phoenix at halftime. 15 for Ayton on Williams’ and 14 for Murray on Malone’s.

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3rd quarter

Completely imprecise start on the part of both teams: no points in almost five minutes of action. It remains 61-58. Finally the ring is opened to the local, first with a double by Paul and later with a pair of triples by Crowder. 69-61 lead and Malone minute.

End of a third quarter dominated by defenses and very low percentages from both. Paul’s 3-pointer made it 77-73, after Denver had managed to get closer with a pair of good appearances from Jokic and Murray. Everything absolutely open for the final 12.

4th quarter

Very good partial opening for Denver’s second unit, with defensive intensity and efficiency in attack. Campazzo’s first points appear on the night, with a triple in front of the basket and Malone’s team take an 86-73 lead.

¡Facu’s belt pass and Green’s triple! Another luxury of the Argentine base, with a good game.

About 24 hours ago, we reached a close definition, in which Phoenix prevailed 96-95 with 49 seconds remaining, after a pair of free hits scored by Mikal Bridges. Denver ball. At the comeback, Denver went one-on-one for Jokic, but the Serb was well defended by Ayton, who forced him into an erratic shot. On the other side appears Paul, with his classic middle distance: 98-95 Suns, with 12 seconds remaining.

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When it seemed that victory was in the hands of Phoenix, Jamal Murray appears … Tremendous bombshell on Ayton with no time on the clock and a draw at 98! We are going to supplementary for the second consecutive night.


The match stays even and with 38 seconds remaining, Jokic appears: 2 + 1 against Kaminsky’s weak mark (Ayton came out with his sixth offense) and a two-point lead for the Nuggets. 104-102, Williams minute.

In the replacement there was a lack of Dozier on a triple by Nader, however, the Egyptian missed two of his three free. On the other side, Jokic adds two free games and puts the story 106-103, with 8 seconds remaining. Crowder answers Murray! Triple with 7 tenths on the clock, equal to 106 and an additional second. Great game!

The Nuggets escape at the start of the second overtime, with a Jokic that abuses Kaminsky’s defensive weakness. Huge passage from the Serbian and lead of seven for Denver.

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