Nets vs Warriors Highlights: Brooklyn Nets win 125-99, KD & Kyrie combine for 48 points in the NBA Opening Night

Nets vs Warriors Highlights: It was Brooklyn Nets vs Warriors on the NBA Opening Night. The match Brooklyn Nets vs Warriors ended in a 125-99 win for the Nets.

The new season of the NBA was tipped-off by the Brooklyn Nets and the Golden State Warriors in Brooklyn. In a high scoring 1st quarter, the Nets scored 45 points and kept the Warriors at just 25.

It was a blowout win for Brooklyn as they led by 18 points at halftime. For the Warriors, the silver lining was their new addition, James Wiseman. He played his first game in NBA after missing the entire preseason and put up good numbers.

Wiseman had 19 points and 6 rebounds in 24 minutes. Steph Curry managed a double-double and shot 33% from the field. All in all, the Nets dominated the Warriors in the 1st game of the NBA season.

Brooklyn goes 1-0 up in the Eastern Conference.

The Kevin Durant we all missed

James Wiseman scoring an efficient 7/13 from the field

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Nets vs Warriors Stats

Points leaders

Steph Curry scored the highest points for the Golden State Warriors. He had 20 points with a 7/21 FG. He converted all 4 free throws.

For the Nets, it was Kyrie Irving who had 26 points with a 10/16 FG. He converted 2/2 of his free throws.

Assists leaders

Steph Curry had 10 assists in 30 minutes with 3 turnovers.

For the Nets, it was Caris LeVert who had 5 assists in 25 minutes. He turned the ball over twice.

Rebounds leaders

Marquese Chriss had the highest number of rebounds. He had 8 rebounds, 3 of which were offensive rebounds.

DeAndre Jordan also had a double-double as he grabbed the board 11 times, 2 of which were offensive rebounds.

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Match Details: Brooklyn Nets vs Golden State Warriors

Time: 05:30 A.M. (IST)

Date: 23-12-2020

Venue: Barclays Center, Brooklyn

NBA LIVE 2020-21: Brooklyn Nets vs Golden State Warriors Match Preview

Match Preview – Brooklyn Nets

The Brooklyn Nets have their two powerhouses back for the first time in NBA. Kyrie Irving who had not played an NBA game since February played for the Nets in the NBA Preseason and helped them win against the Washington Wizards and Boston Celtics.

Similarly, Kevin Durant got off to a quick start against the Wizards, scoring 15 in his first NBA games for 2 years. In the second game against the Boston Celtics, KD went off and scored 25 points in 27 minutes.

The Brooklyn Nets look in fine form before the start of the regular season and could be potential candidates for the NBA Championship this season.

Match Preview – Golden State Warriors

Golden State Warriors was a lottery team last time out. This helped them secure the No. 2 draft pick who they used to select one of the best big men in this year’s draft class- James Wiseman.

Although we did not see him or Draymond Green, the Warriors did look impressive, especially with Steph Curry back. The bad news for them is that Klay Thompson is out for yet another season due to an Achilles injury.

The Warriors played 2 preseason games against the Denver Nuggets and Sacramento Kings in which new additions Kelly Oubre Jr., Kent Bazemore, and Brad Wanamaker looked pretty impressive.

Steph Curry was back in form as he scored 29 points in 28 minutes.

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Brooklyn Nets possible starting 5:

Spencer Dinwiddie, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant, Joe Harris, DeAndre Jordan

Golden State Warriors possible starting 5:

Steph Curry, Kelly Oubre Jr., Andrew Wiggins, Draymond Green, James Wiseman

NBA 2020-21 Schedule: The tentative NBA schedule calendar for the 2020-21 season:

• Dec. 11-19, 2020: Preseason games

• Dec. 22, 2020 – March 4, 2021: First Half of regular season

• March 5-10, 2021: All-Star break

• March 11 – May 16, 2021: Second Half of regular season

• May 18-21, 2021: Play-In Tournament

• May 22 – July 22, 2021: 2021 NBA Playoffs