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Timberwolves 124-106 Rockets | NBA: Usman Garuba shows his powers in the NBA: hit a player with 2.20 wings and adds up to everything

Lyou Houston Rockets They started the season showing details of what they can become, although they still have a long way to go when it comes to av

Timberwolves 124-106 Rockets | NBA: Usman Garuba shows his powers in the NBA: hit a player with 2.20 wings and adds up to everything


Lyou They started the season showing details of what they can become, although they still have a long way to go when it comes to avoiding fatal disconnections as they demonstrated in the second quarter against the in a match in which they fell for 124-106.

TECHNICAL DATA OF THE MATCH

  • Minnesota Timberwolves, 124- McDaniels (4), Okogie (6), Edwards (29), Towns (30) and Russell (22); Prince (5), Vandebilt (2), Layman (2), Reid (5), McLaughlin (3), Wright IV (3), Beasley (9), Powell (2) and Bolmaro (2).
  • Houston Rockets, 106- Tate (2), Theis (11), Wood (16), Porter (11) and Green (9); Garuba (4), Martin (7), Nwaba (7), Sengun (11), Augustin (2), Gordon (15), Brooks (6) and Christopher (5).

A crash in which Official debut in the NBA with defeat. The former Real Madrid player scored four points, with two of three shots field. Garuba also played a leading role in the inner game with two rebounds, gave an assist, recovered a ball, put two blocks and he committed a personal foul, being the best defensive game for the Rockets.

He also demonstrated his spectacularity in the game in two actions as the stopper to Nazr Reid, pvot of 2.06 and a wingspan of 2.20 and later when he hung on the rim to smash the Timberwolves’ basket.

RESULTS OF THE DAY

  • Hornets 123-122 Pacers
  • Pistons 88-94 Bulls
  • Knicks 138-134 Celtics
  • Raptors 83-98 Wizards
  • Grizzlies 132-121 Cavaliers
  • Timberwolves 124-106 Rockets
  • Pelicans 97-117 76ers
  • Spurs 123-97 Magic
  • Jazz 107-86 Thunder
  • Suns 98-110 Nuggets
  • Trail Blazers 121-124 Kings

However, the debut of the former Real Madrid player was marred by the good game of Big Three of the Wolves. Karl-Anthony Towns finished with a double-double of 30 points and 10 rebounds, while Anthony Edwards He added 29 points and six triples. For his part D’Angelo Russell He contributed another 22 points to the Wolves’ tally, plus seven assists.

In the Rockets, the good game of Christian Wood (16 + 9) and Eric Gordon coming off the bench with 15 points. However, Jalen Green, Rookie of the Year candidate, did not give his best version and was left with nine points and just a triple of six attempts.

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