Yorkicks big triple-double was fouled for 65 minutes with a deadly free throw

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 Yorkicks big triple-double was fouled for 65 minutes with a deadly free throw


As the absolute core of the Western Second Team, Yorkick was able to cut 23.9 points, 12 rebounds and 8.6 assists in midfield during his first playoff career, with 36.1% of the three-point goals and 49.4% of the shooting rate. The Nuggets were able to beat the old Spurs in seven games and play well with the pioneers. It was Yorkick who led the team forward.

Today, Yorkick is still a high point for the Nuggets. He did not have a strong desire to shoot in the opening stage. He just hit a steady shot from mid-range. He was able to eat Canter with his back under the basket and got only four points in the opening stage. In the second quarter, he frequently sent a pass after the backcourt rebound, assisting Murray and Craig to lay-up. It was not until the end of the half-time that Yorkick turned over and hit a hook after three consecutive points of rebounding in an offensive round that did not belong to him. Yorkick scored only 6 points in the first half, but gave five assists and grabbed seven rebounds. The triple-double seems to be expected.

But in the game, Yorkick was criticized for his unclean hands and feet. When he rebounded in the first half, Yorkick seemed to have deliberately hit Cantors injured shoulder. This scene was also captured on the spot. Yorkicks actions were not honest, which made some people unexpected.

In the second half, the Nuggetsoffense was still flat, and Yorkick finally came to the point when he needed to stand up and grab points, and he did not fail to meet the expectations of the public. After two basketball turns, he hooked up to complete the goal. When he was on the outside, his opponent subconsciously contracted his defense, but Yorkicky was waiting for him. He had a terrific feeling on the outside today, when his opponent was not so tight, he suddenly raised his hand to shoot three-point long shots, all outside the front three-point line, shooting three-point four in a single section! Yorkick scored 17 points in six of eight shots in 12 minutes, which made him the top scorer of the Nuggets.

Yorkick finished the third quarter without rest in the fourth quarter. Outline shot the fourth three points, while Yorkick shot the second point under the basket to make up the basket and passed it to outside Harris to shoot the key three points. Yorkick did not rest at all in the second half. The game was also at the last minute until overtime.

However, Yorkicks footsteps in overtime have begun to be somewhat fickle. On the first defensive change, he was protruded clean by Lillard, who could only make a foul and hugged Lillards neck. Fortunately, when the referee looked back at the video, he felt that Yorkick had no malicious intentions, so he let him go. Yorkick has been creating opportunities for his teammates during overtime, assisting Button by three points to win another triple-double. In the first two overtime sessions, Yorkick still had no rest for a minute.

By the third overtime, Yorkick had been playing for 60 minutes. In the third overtime, Yorkick scored the first point of the overtime with a single backswing hook, and the score was still tight.

In the fourth overtime, when the Nuggets were only two minutes behind in the last 11 seconds, Yorkick got two chances to go to the free throw line. However, his first free throw went out and the Nuggets were one minute behind with 5.6 seconds left. It was the ball that eventually put the Nuggets out of breath and landed in the fourth overtime, but Yorkick really couldnt ask for more. He played 65 minutes, scored 33 points, 18 rebounds and 14 assists in 13 of 25 shots, and of course made eight mistakes. He hasnt had a minutes rest since the second half. Hes really tired. You know, Yorkicks 65 minutes in the playoffs is the third most time in history, after Dell Elliss 69 minutes and Javier McDaniels 68 minutes. Even if he loses, he cant cover up his overall brilliance. With Yorkicks performance, why does the Nuggets worry about the future? Source: Netease Sports Author: Editor-in-Charge: Ouyang Shun_NS4899

In the fourth overtime, when the Nuggets were only two minutes behind in the last 11 seconds, Yorkick got two chances to go to the free throw line. However, his first free throw went out and the Nuggets were one minute behind with 5.6 seconds left.

It was the ball that eventually put the Nuggets out of breath and landed in the fourth overtime, but Yorkick really couldnt ask for more. He played 65 minutes, scored 33 points, 18 rebounds and 14 assists in 13 of 25 shots, and of course made eight mistakes. He hasnt had a minutes rest since the second half. Hes really tired. You know, Yorkicks 65 minutes in the playoffs is the third most time in history, after Dell Elliss 69 minutes and Javier McDaniels 68 minutes. Even if he loses, he cant cover up his overall brilliance. With Yorkicks performance, why does the Nuggets worry about the future?