SAC with 12 3-point shots in a quarter, defeated Memphis
Sacramento beat Memphis with an all-time 3-point march.
The Sacramento Kings won the 2022-2023 NBA regular season Memphis Grizzlies 133-100 at the Sacramento Golden 1 Center on the 24th (hereinafter Korean time).
Even though Memphis played without ace Ja Morant and starting center Stephen Adams, Sacramento’s firepower was impressive nonetheless.
Sacramento, who managed 12 outer guns in the first quarter alone, hit Memphis with 22 3-point shots based on a success rate of over 50% (22/40). His 12 3-pointers in the first quarter is a club record and tied with the most in NBA history.
Trey Lyles (24 points) and Harrison Barnes (20 points) scored 6 side by side, and Keegan Murray led Sacramento’s offense with 5 3-pointers (20 points). Domantas Sabonis, who played the role of the control tower, achieved a triple-double with 14 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists.
Memphis, which missed two of its starters, struggled with Desmond Bain scoring 21 points and Jaren Jackson Jr. scoring 19 points, but struggled against the opponent’s outer offensive and suffered a complete defeat.
Sacramento’s firepower exploded from the start of the game. Barnes opened the game by successfully making three 3-pointers from the start, and Murray, who took over the baton, also showed off his good shooting skills. Sabonis, who came out as a special helper, recorded 6 assists in the first quarter alone. 헤라카지노
As the bench units Lyles and Malik Monk were added, Sacramento’s scoring power increased even more. Sacramento, who managed 12 out of 13 3-pointers attempted in the first quarter, ended the first quarter with a score of 47-33.
Sacramento, which was doing well, was shaken by committing consecutive turnovers in the second quarter. Memphis, who did not miss the chance, pulled the reins of the chase with Jackson Jr. and Bain’s 3-point shot. Sacramento’s offense was definitely quieter than in the first quarter, and the score gap gradually narrowed. Sacramento, who allowed Tires Jones a buzzer beater at the end of the quarter, finished the first half with a score of 66-61.
Memphis, riding on momentum, succeeded in turning around with Bain at the beginning of the third quarter. Sacramento in crisis put out the urgent fire with a goal by De’Aaron Fox and regained the lead with a 3-pointer by Murray and Kevin Hurter. Sacramento, who opened the score again with Lyles and Monk leading the attack, ended the third quarter with a score of 100-90.
The fourth quarter was again showtime for Sacramento. Sacramento, which started with Lyles’ 3-point shot, pushed Memphis by adding strength to Barnes. Memphis, without an ace, couldn’t use their strength at all in the final stages of the game, and suffered serious offense hunting by only scoring 10 points in the fourth quarter.
Sacramento, who received enthusiastic support from home fans, seized the victory by making a 23-point gap with Sabonis’ consecutive dunks. Murray celebrated the victory by making his 22nd three-pointer.