VIDEO: Denver took a 2:1 lead against Miami, Jokic once again made history in the NBA


The basketball players of Denver they made a "break" in Miami and with a 109:94 victory, they took a 2:1 lead in the grand final of NBA League. The Serbian center Nikola Jokic played another historic match, recording a new "triple-double" with 32 points, 21 rebounds and 10 assists in 44 minutes of play.

Jokic thus became the first basketball player in NBA history to achieve a "triple-double" in the finals with at least 30 points, 20 rebounds and 10 assists.

In addition to the Serbian, the Nuggets' triumph also shone Jamal Murray with 34 points, 10 rebounds and assists, so he also found his place in history next to Jokic. Until now, it has never happened that two basketball players from the same team recorded a "triple-double" and scored 30 points at the same time. Not just in the NBA Finals or the playoffs, not in any game in the league's 77-year history, and that's exactly what happened on a historic night in Florida.

In addition to Jokic and Murray, the "rookie" Christian Brown had a great game in Denver with 15 points, and Anthony Gordon scored 11. In Heats Jimmy Butler scored 28 points, and Bem Adebayo 22 points.

The next, fourth game in the series will be played on the night between Friday and Saturday at 02.30:XNUMX, also in Miami.

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