Bolmaro plays and wins two games on the same day (and for two different leagues)

Any phrase could be applicable. Thank God is friday. It’s Friday and your body knows it. And the signatures continue. For Leandro Bolmaro, any of them will have liked him. The last working day of the week surprised the Cordovan from Las Varillas in the best way, with a official double shift which, if it is not unprecedented, hits the post and comes out (in football terms). The Minnesota player had double duty. First, in the afternoon, he was part of the victory of the Iowa Wolves, the affiliate that plays in the G-League. Then, at night, he participated in the victory of the Timberwolves in the NBA. Better impossible.

In the first turn, he played 40 minutes in the 107-103 against Oklahoma City Blue. In that span, he converted 20 points (5-10 doubles, 3-6 triples, 1-1 free throws), had 14 rebounds, delivered nine assists, stole two balls (he also lost a couple) and had two blocks. Impressive.

Then, he had his injury time at 138-101 -already in the major leagues- against Oklahoma City but…Thunder. With the match defined, entered in the absence of 5’04 “ but he did not lose protagonist: he scored six points (0-1 in doubles, 2-3 in triples), took a defensive rebound, recovered a ball and gave a goal pass.

In the party that closed his night, Karl-Anthony Towns and Naz Reid added 20 points apiece for the Wolves, who scored their third win. Taurean Prince had 18 points, D’Angelo Russell added 17 and Jaden McDaniels added 16 for Minnesota, which has won six of its last eight games. The Timberwolves backups — including Bolmaro, of course — led by Reid and Prince, outscored Oklahoma City 74-18. The Wolves scored 45 points in the second period. It was his highest number of the season in any quarter.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 33 points for the Thunder. It was his fifth straight game with at least 29 points. Isaiah Roby added 21 points and 10 rebounds for OKC, who were lacking starters Josh Giddey (right hip soreness) and Lu Dort (left shoulder strain).

What about Campazzo’s Denver Nuggets?

DeMarcus Cousins ​​started in place of Nikola Jokic and shone for The Denver Nuggets defeated the Houston Rockets 116-101. At 19’05”, Facu Campazzo barely made a shot from the field (0-1 in doubles) and missed the two free kicks he made. At least, he gave four assists and pulled down two defensive rebounds, as if to get an extra pampering.

Campazzo barely shot on goal. (AP)

Cousins ​​posted a season-high 31 points as the Nuggets bounced back from a loss. Jokic, the previous season’s MVP, was absent due to illness. The club specified that it is not about COVID-19.

JaMychal Green and Jeff Green each added 14 points and Denver got back on track after losing to Oklahoma City on Wednesday. The Nuggets got their seventh victory in the last eight games. Will Barton, meanwhile, had 11 points, including six through a pair of three-pointers. He passed JR Smith as the Nuggets’ all-time leading 3-pointer with 769. Christian Wood had 22 points for Houston, while Jalen Green added 18. The Rockets have lost 12 straight.

Friday results in the NBA:

Detroit Pistons-Indiana Pacers 111-106
Philadelphia 76ers-Cleveland Cavaliers 125-119
Washington Wizards-Atlanta Hawks 114-117
Chicago Bulls-Milwaukee Bucks 112-118
Toronto Raptors – Orlando Magic 97-103
New Orleans Pelicans-Utah Jazz 124-90
Oklahoma City Thunder-Minnesota Timberwolves 101-138
Denver Nuggets-Houston Rockets 116-101
Phoenix Suns – NY Knicks 115-114

The positions in the NBA

– Eastern Conference:

.1. Miami Heat (42-22)
.two. Philadelphia 76ers (39-23)
.3. Milwaukee Bucks (39-25)
.4. Bulls (39-25)
.5. Boston Celtics (38-27)
.6. Cleveland Cavaliers (36-27)
.7. Toronto Raptors (34-29)
.8. Brooklyn Nets (32-32)
.9. Atlanta Hawks (31-32)
10. Charlotte Hornets (31-33)
11. Washington Wizards (28-34)
12. New York Knicks (25-38)
13. Indiana Pacers (22-43)
14.Detroit Pistons (17-47)
15. Orlando Magic (16-48)

– Western Conference

.1. Phoenix Suns (50-12)
.two. Golden State Warriors (43-20)
.3. Memphis Grizzlies (43-21)
.4. Utah Jazz (39-23)
.5. Dallas Mavericks (38-25)
.6. Denver Nuggets (37-26)
.7. Minnesota Timberwolves (35-29)

.8. LA Clippers (34-31)
.9. Los Angeles Lakers (27-35)
10. New Orleans Pelicans (27-36)
11. Portland Trail Blazers (25-37)
12. San Antonio Spurs (24-39)
13. Sacramento Kings (24-41)
14. Oklahoma City Thunder (20-43)
15. Houston Rockets (15-48)

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Bolmaro plays and wins two games on the same day (and for two different leagues)