Kyrie Irving, Left-Handed Floater From 6.5m Distance

Kyrie Irving, Left-Handed Floater From 6.5m Distance… NBA Dallas Wins Against Denver

The Dallas Mavericks of the National Basketball Association (NBA) achieved a thrilling comeback victory over the Denver Nuggets thanks to Kyrie Irving’s buzzer-beater in the final.

Dallas won 107-105 in the home game against Denver in the 2023-2024 NBA regular season

held at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, on the 18th (Korean time).

With 27 seconds left in the game, which was tied 102-102,

Denver’s Jemal Murray hit a 3-pointer and the victory seemed to be in Denver’s favor. 바카라사이트

Kyrie Irving

However, Dallas immediately called a timeout and Luka Doncic responded with 3 points in the following attack, tying the game to square one.

Denver again attempted a mid-range shot with about 4 seconds left,

but missed, and Dallas took the final offense 2.8 seconds before the end.

At this time, Irving, who caught the ball,

threw a left-handed shot from behind the free throw line in a form similar to a hook shot,

which split the net, confirming the home team Dallas’ victory.

It was a goal scored in an ambiguous manner in such a difficult situation that American sports expert ESPN evaluated it as “You can call it a floater, a runner, or a hook shot.”

Usually, floaters or hook shots are attempted from a relatively short distance, but on this day,

Irving scored the winning goal with a shot from behind the free throw line with his left hand.

The 3-point shot distance set by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) is 6.75 meters, and according to ESPN on this day, Irving’s shot distance was 6.5 meters.

Dallas Mavericks

Dallas won on this day with Irving scoring 24 points and 9 assists, and Doncic scoring 37 points and 10 rebounds, and maintained 7th place in the Western Conference (39 wins, 29 losses).

They are in 7th place, with no difference from the 6th place Sacramento Kings (38 wins, 28 losses),

who are heading straight to the playoffs.

On the other hand, Denver, which is competing for the lead in the Western Conference,

finished with 47 wins and 21 losses, falling behind the first place in the West by 0.5 games,

the Oklahoma City Thunder (47 wins, 20 losses).

San Antonio Spurs’ ‘super rookie’ Victor Wembanyama led the team to a 122-115 victory against the Brooklyn Nets with 33 points, 15 rebounds, 7 assists, and 7 blocks.

Since the 1973-1974 season, when blocked shots were included in the official records,

Wembanya is the fourth player to record more than 30 points, 15 rebounds, 7 assists, and 7 blocks in a game in the NBA,

following Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Charles Barkley, and Joel Embiid.

It’s the second.

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