Denver appeared against Indiana in one of the hottest matches Monday in the NBA.
After falling off before Dallas Mavericks 116-103, the Denver Nuggets beat Indiana Pacers 121-106 at Ball Arena in Colorado for the regular NBA season. For this part, Facundo Campazzo played 22 minutes from the bench, getting three rebounds, stealing twice and six assists.
In the first quarter, both franchises were tied 32–32, with a significant contribution of 14 points by Will Barton in the team led by Michael Malone. In the second quarter, Denver got strong and went to rest on the 65-56 scoreboard.
Although Indiana reversed the score in the third quarter, advancing 91-87, Campazzo shone in the final quarter, with 11 points out of Nicolas Gokicho’s record, winning 121-106. In this way, he was back on the winning path, after losing a five-game winning streak against Dallas.
While, Denver finished sixth in the Western Conference standings, with 23 wins and 16 wins, while the Pacers finished ninth in the Eastern Group, with 21 falls and 17 wins.