Nuggets beat Cavs on return of Facu Campazzo

Denver beat Cleveland easily, which is beginning to have problems. Millsap celebrated his birthday by being the best. Good Nnaji. Campazzo returned.


The Nuggets have ended a three-game losing streak that was reigning alarm bells in Colorado state. Casualties have come together at the worst moment, Murray has not had good games and Jokic is very good but not omnipotent. Against the Cavaliers, after all this and recovering the injured Facu Campazzo for the cause, they have had a feast to forget bad thoughts. 38 points difference in one night for Paul Millsap, who was 36 years old, to blow candles and be the main protagonist.

Basically the Cavs' endurance lasted a few minutes. The first quarter was taken by the Nuggets doubling, 34 to 17, to their rival. In the third, after the well-deserved rest, he would win again by 13 a set. The visitors were not only in tow, but completely lost.

Day to forget, for example, for Collin Sexton and Andre Drummond. The two best-performing Cavs so far this year have amassed a whopping 3 hits on 16 pitches if we add their two performances. The best of his men, with a totally useless double-double (12 points and 10 rebounds), was Jarrett Allen, who arrived in the middle of the season from the Nets.

On the Nuggets side it was all smiles at last. Campazzo got rid of knee pain and was able to play, with 5 points in 13 minutes. Hampton played 19 minutes and left a blow to Cedi Osman that lifted anyone who saw him and Morris contributed 12 points, so the two Facu competitors are still well visible. The one who stood out unexpectedly was Zeke Nnaji, author of 14 points in convincing Mike Malone to participate.

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