In a thrilling NBA game, Croatian basketball player Dario Šarić scored 18 points for Golden State in their 121-116 victory over Houston. Šarić played a strong game, contributing significantly to his new team with 18 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, and one block. He shot impressively from the field, sinking 5 out of 10 attempts, while also hitting 3 out of 7 three-point shots and making all of his free throws. Only Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson scored more points than Šarić for Golden State.
On the other hand, Turkish player Alperen Sengun stood out on the opposing team with an impressive performance that included scoring a remarkable 30 points while grabbing 13 rebounds and dishing out five assists.
Meanwhile, in another game between the Los Angeles Clippers and San Antonio Spurs, Croatian center Ivica Zubac played an integral role in the Clippers’ decisive victory. Zubac played for 22 minutes, scoring eight points and pulling down an impressive eleven rebounds. Paul George led the way for the Clippers with an outstanding performance that included scoring a staggering 28 points. Kawhi Leonard added to the offensive effort by scoring an additional 21 points. On San Antonio’s side, Keldon Johnson had a standout performance as he contributed an impressive twenty-two points while pulling down ten rebounds and dishing out five assists.