Sabonis facing GSW, we have a home court advantage

Sabonis facing GSW, we have a home court advantage


Domantas Sabonis (26), the All-Star center of the Sacramento Kings, has vowed to prepare thoroughly.

When the first playoff match against the Golden State Warriors was completed on the 10th (Korea Standard Time), Sabonis said, “Now we have to prepare.”

“We know we have a week to prepare and we know we have home court advantage,” Sabonis said. “It’s definitely big and we’ll prepare as much as we can and we’ll do our best.”

As Savonis said, Golden State is showing a particularly weak appearance in away games this season. Therefore, Sacramento took advantage of the home court advantage to play against each other even though he was able to avoid sixth place (11 wins and 30 losses in the away game).

Sabonis, who joined Sacramento in the middle of last season, played his first full season here this season. He averaged 19.1 points, 12.3 rebounds, 7.3 assists, and 61.5% (11.9 attempts) of fielding success per game. In particular, his average number of rebounds and rebounds (973) was equivalent to the NBA this season.

Sacramento, who added Savonis’ performance, became the third seed, making it to the playoffs for the first time in about 17 years since 2006. However, Golden State, the opponent, is a team that is not unfamiliar with the postseason. They have made nine playoff appearances in the past 11 seasons and have won four championships 사설토토사이트

However, Sacramento is also a team that knows Golden Stade well.

First, Mike Brown served as the head coach for six seasons at Golden State. And Sacramento’s main forward, Harrison Barnes, joined Golden State in the 2012 NBA draft with the seventh overall pick. After four seasons together, they advanced to the playoffs every year and won one championship.

The two teams are therefore expected to play an interesting series

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