The Brooklyn basketball players beat Miami 102:101 last night with a three-pointer by Royce O’Neale at the very end of the game and thus continued the series of victories.
The Nets recorded their 18th victory in the last 20 matches, and this match was marked by an injury to the best player in basketball, Kevin Durant.
The Brooklyn ace experienced bad luck at the end of the third quarter after a duel with Jimmy Butler, who fell directly on Durant’s leg.
After the collision, Kevin remained to lie on the floor, holding his right knee. At the time of the injury, he had 17 points, but remained at that level, as he had to go to the locker room earlier.
At the moment of the collision between Durant and Butler, Kyrie Irving was also nearby who believes that his teammate’s injury is not of a serious nature.
“That was terrible. I was right next to it. When attention is not paid, anything can happen. “I’m grateful for every minute he spent in the gym and taking care of his body so he managed to avoid a serious injury,” Irving said.