MADRID, 22 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Spanish center Willy Hernángomez added, without much prominence, in the 'beating' of the New Orleans Pelicans to some Golden State Warriors (128-83) who accused the absence of their main figures, while Serge Ibaka's Milwaukee Bucks defeated Portland Trail Blazers.
Willy Hernángomez played his fifth game of the season this morning. He was on court for 7 minutes, coming off the bench, in which he contributed 5 points and 2 rebounds, making the most of his few opportunities with the Pelicans.
Those from New Orleans took advantage of the significant absences in the Warriors of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Andrew Wiggins to endorse their second biggest beating -they beat the Minnesota Timberwolves by 48 in 2014-. Brandon Ingram (34 points and 6 rebounds) was the lighthouse for the locals, who recovered Zion Williamson. Jordan Poole (26 points) led Kerr's men, who added their ninth loss on the road.
On the other hand, the Bucks, with a stellar Antetokounmpo again (37 points), continue their brilliant streak at home, by achieving their ninth victory in ten games this morning. The 'victim' were the Blazers, with Anfernee Simons' 26 points as the only argument, who continue to fall with three consecutive defeats.
WILLY HERNÁNGOMEZ: 5 points and 2 rebounds.
SERGE IBAKA: 1 points.