Wednesday, December 7

Santi Aldama spreads his wings of 2.18 and leaves his mark on the Grizzlies based on pops

Ldown from Ja Morant at the moment it weighs little in about Memphis Grizzlies who took advantage of the bad moment of the Sacramento Kings, no longer Luke Walton on the bench, to win comfortably (101-128) on his visit to the Californian city. It is the tenth victory in 20 games for Tennessee, who won again after two consecutive losses.

Dillon Brooks he was the best of the Grizzlies with 21 points in your locker, while Desmond Bane He finished with 18 as the second-leading scorer for a team that ranks ninth in the Western Conference and took advantage of the ill-fated night in the Kings’ shooting (34%). He also highlighted the good game of Years Jackson who took over the boards to finish with 17 points and nine rebounds.

Santi Aldama blocks Tristan Thompson’s pitch

Taylor Jenkins, coach of the Grizzlies, remembered the less common and with the game decided with 10 minutes to go he entered Saints Aldama. The Spaniard played his eighth game of the season and finished with three points (he scored one of the three triples he tried), three rebounds, one assist and stood out with two blocks in which he showed his wingspan (2.18).

Buddy Held He was the best player of some Kings who have come from adding two consecutive victories and who returned to offer their worst face in attack. The Bahamian player finished with 14 points, but he barely made one of the nine triples he tried. It was the reflection of a team that ended the clash with 33 failures from beyond arc to end with a 21% success rate.

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