Malone: It's not Jokic's fault to lose. He or the best big guy

ZBlog House four hundred and eight 2019-05-22 16:32:19

On May 13, Beijing time, the Denver Nuggets lost to the Blazers in a 96-100 tiebreaker at home, and the journey of this season ended abruptly. In the first playoff game of his career, Denver's leading star Nikolai Jokic's performance was impressive enough. During this time, he was able to score 24.8 points, 13.0 rebounds and 8.9 assists per game, but this still could not help Denver advance to the west.

"It's not Jokic's fault to be eliminated," Denver coach Michael Malone said in an interview after the game, "This is about the efforts of the whole team. I hope that fans who have watched our 14 playoffs this season in the United States or other parts of the world can sincerely respect Jokic's efforts. This is only his first show in the playoffs. He has to play for nearly 40 minutes per game. In 14 games, he can win triple doubles per game. In my opinion, he may be an active NBA player The best big man. "

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With 12.4 seconds to go before the end of the game, CJ McLum stepped back to get rid of Tory Clegg's defense and hit a golden key jump shot for the Blazers. After the game, Ma Long said about that key round, "That was his (CJ) specialty. Clegg had already defended very well at that time, but we should have sent another person there. CJ was hot in this game, so we should have let other people of them organize or take action." After CJ hit the shot, Jokic had the opportunity to use the free throw to help Denver reduce the difference to 1 point, so after implementing the foul tactics, Even if the opponent made two free throws, Denver could still shoot a three-point shot to equalize the score, but Jokic only hit one of the two free throws. Later, with Evan Turner making two free throws, Denver was completely unable to recover.

"My teammates regard me as a leader and the best player in the team, but I missed key free throws repeatedly at the end of the game," Jokic said in an interview after the game. "In the fourth extra time, I also missed a lot of goals, and I should have shot some."

The Denver Nuggets had a poor touch on the outside. Only two of their 19 shots were made by Jokic alone. As the core of Denver's external line, Jamal Murray clearly needs to pay for the loss. He made only 4 of 18 shots in this campaign, far below his normal level. "Although you want to be open-minded, when you know you have the ability to defeat your opponent but you lose, it's really uncomfortable," said Denver guard Jamal Murray after the game, "such a result is really unacceptable."

On May 13, Beijing time, the Denver Nuggets lost to the Blazers in a 96-100 tiebreaker at home, and the journey of this season ended abruptly. In the first playoff game of his career, Denver's leading star Nikolai Jokic's performance was impressive enough. During this time, he was able to score 24.8 points, 13.0 rebounds and 8.9 assists per game, but this still could not help Denver advance to the west.

"It's not Jokic's fault to be eliminated," Denver coach Michael Malone said in an interview after the game, "This is about the efforts of the whole team. I hope that fans who have watched our 14 playoffs this season in the United States or other parts of the world can sincerely respect Jokic's efforts. This is only his first show in the playoffs. He has to play for nearly 40 minutes per game. In 14 games, he can win triple doubles per game. In my opinion, he may be an active NBA player The best big man. "

With 12.4 seconds to go before the end of the game, CJ McLum stepped back to get rid of Tory Clegg's defense and hit a golden key jump shot for the Blazers. After the game, Ma Long said about that key round, "That was his (CJ) specialty. Clegg had already defended very well at that time, but we should have sent another person there. CJ was hot in this game, so we should have let other people of them organize or take action." After CJ hit the shot, Jokic had the opportunity to use the free throw to help Denver reduce the difference to 1 point, so after implementing the foul tactics, Even if the opponent made two free throws, Denver could still shoot a three-point shot to equalize the score, but Jokic only hit one of the two free throws. Later, with Evan Turner making two free throws, Denver was completely unable to recover.

"My teammates regard me as a leader and the best player in the team, but I missed key free throws repeatedly at the end of the game," Jokic said in an interview after the game. "In the fourth extra time, I also missed a lot of goals, and I should have shot some."

The Denver Nuggets had a poor touch on the outside. Only two of their 19 shots were made by Jokic alone. As the core of Denver's external line, Jamal Murray clearly needs to pay for the loss. He made only 4 of 18 shots in this campaign, far below his normal level. "Although you want to be open-minded, when you know you have the ability to defeat your opponent but you lose, it's really uncomfortable," said Denver guard Jamal Murray after the game, "such a result is really unacceptable."



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