“Melo” Drama! Denver Nuggets Pluck Her Ex-star
Carmelo Anthony collected with the Knicks in overtime thriller a bitter defeat and lamented. "Miami Twice" wears down the Sixers.
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Carmelo Anthony has been heaped against his former team a bitter defeat.
The superstar with the New York Knicks lost to the Denver Nuggets 114:119 (54:46, 98:98, 105:105) by two-time extension (SLIDESHOW: The Week 4 of the NBA).
“Melo” had 25 points and ten rebounds with best actor but his team missed, at New York’s sixth defeat in a row but 20 of his 30 throws.
“Expectations are still high. It is all right. I do not regret the trade for a second,” said Anthony was defiant.
After he had missed 14 of his first 17 attempts from the field, he was booed by fans at Madison Square Garden all mercilessly.
Packed in such in honor of Anthony rescued the Knicks with eight points in the last two and a half more minutes into extra time.
In the first overtime, he made shortly before the finish, but one expensive ball is lost and playful so the chance to win.
“If you miss a lot of throws, you say to yourself, the next is pure. I may have to stop to take as many throws. I just many things going through my head,” reported Anthony, who is hampered by a wrist injury.
Galinari turns on
The four-time All-Star for the impersonated Danilo Galinari to Denver with 37 points, meanwhile, made a personal record on (SERVICE: The best days).
Another ex-buckling caused the dramatic game for the preliminary decision. Al Harrington (24 points) converted 46 seconds before the end of a threesome to 115:111 for the guests. The Nuggets were celebrating the fourth victory in a row.
Denver nuggets as a trade-winners
Denver has been the trade on a balance of 30 victories and twelve defeats, while New York won only 20 of 44 games (DATA CENTER: Results and tables).
“For me it’s all about winning. Minutes, points, shots, I do not care. We had the chance, but there have not hinbekommen again,” contended Amare Stoudemire (twelve meters, eleven rebounds).
SPORT1 summarizes the further action from the NBA:
• Miami Heat Philadelphia 76ers 113:92
The Miami Heat defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 113:92 (56:49), though Dwyane Wade (ankle problems) missed his third game in a row.
Against the surprise team made Chris Bosh (30 points) and LeBron James (28) for a clear victory and moved into the table in the Eastern Conference on “Philly” is over.
“We had seen this week as a great way to get into a run. This has worked,” said James.
“Have we worn out”
To San Antonio and the LA Lakers had to deal with the Sixers already beaten the third division leaders.
For the guests met Lou Williams (22 points) at the best. The clear inferiority of the boards (31:52) was the decisive factor.
“They were from the start fully there. We have kept up a bit, but they have worn down to us,” stated 76ers coach Doug Collins.
• Chicago Bulls – Cleveland Cavaliers 95:89
The Chicago Bulls preserved at 95:89 (50:43) against the Charlotte Bobcats for the seventh home game her white vest.
The currently best team in the NBA compensated for the loss of Derrick Rose, the MVP paused for four games because of a toe injury and center Joakim Noah, who is suffering from ankle problems.
“We would obviously prefer fit and full strength, but we also do such a good job. We are the deepest team in the league,” said Carlos Boozer.
Hamilton’s personal best
The Power Forward (23 points) and wing players Luol Deng (22) were the outstanding players. Rip Hamilton contributed 20 points with a season best.
In the third quarter to put the Bulls and won decisively from the first time since 1996/1997 their first seven appearances at the United Center.
At that time Michael Jordan led the troops for the fifth of six championship titles. That evening, the owner of the Bobcats, however, had significantly less fun.
Silas finds himself refuted
The only scorer Gerald Henderson (22 points, nine rebounds) provided a good performance.
“With all their failures, I thought we had a chance, I was wrong,” admitted Charlotte coach Paul Silas.