117-111. Cappella and Galnari pose their home match against Carey and Greene

Sports Writing (USA), April 5 (EFE). Swiss Clint Capella confirmed his brilliant heart in the indoor game by collecting two times the 24 points and 18 rebounds that helped the Atlanta Hawks win 117-111 against them. Golden State Warriors.

Another tall European man, the powerful Italian striker Danilo Galinari, reached 25 points for Hawks (26-24) who won the third game in a row that allowed them to return to leading the southeastern division they share with the Miami Heat.

Goalkeeper Lou Williams, who was knocked out, added 15 more points, including two triples, while base goalkeeper Tri Young reached 13 points, but he did not have the best shot inspiration after missing 8 of 11 shots from the field.

The Warriors, returning from the start, point keeper Stephen Curry and powerful striker Dreamond Green, could not get the best singles and team game from the Hawks, which under the supervision of their interim coach Nate Macmillan kept winning. Team.

Curry, who returned after a tailbone injury, finished with 37 points in the Warriors’ third straight loss (23-27) and the seventh of their last eight matches, keeping him out of the Western Conference qualifiers.

Goalkeeper Kelly Ober Jr., with a 20-point double and 11 rebounds, finished leading the home game for the Warriors, who lost the fight under the Hoops by capturing 45 at 49 from Atlanta.

Canadian striker Andrew Wiggins scored 15 points, five rebounds, two assists, and recovered the ball.

Green remained close to a hat-trick when he finished with 11 points, 11 assists and seven rebounds, which also didn’t stop the Warriors from losing.

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