The first empty cut of the new season comes with 50+, Owen’s first show temporarily helps the Nets win

Owen Nets scored 50 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists in his first show.The Nets opener in the new season and Owen’s debut after joining the team. In the absence of Durant, Owen successfully provoked the team’s girders and played at home against the Timberwolves to overtime, 126 to 127, althoughThe final defeat, but the individual performance of 50 points in a single game is impressive.The Brooklyn Nets are no longer the Eastern Conference team. Last season, under the leadership of Russell, Dinwiddie, Joe Harris and others, the Nets successfully broke into the playoffs.This summer, the team ushered in the transformation, Durant, Irving’s joining, and the reinforcement of De Andre Jordan, let them leap into the Eastern Conference.Before the start of the new season, whether Durant came back during the season and whether Irving alone led the team into the playoffs became the focus of the outside world.When the first game of the new season really started, Owen used his actual performance to prove his ability to lead the team.In 38 minutes of the game, Irving made 17 of 33 shots, including 7 of 14 three-pointers, 9 of 10 free throws, contributed 50 points, 8 rebounds, and 7 assists. There were no errors even in the game, creating a new Nets aidThe highest score of the first show, and became the first player to score 50+ high points this season.If the jumper at the last minute of the overtime breaks out of the basket, Owen is likely to stage a 50+ lore in the new club’s first show, and eventually become an empty cut.”I have always been grateful to be here to play.Being able to sit at home and play in front of you really touched me, and I sincerely thank you.The Nets, let us rush forward in the new season.”The Owens faced tens of thousands of home spectators like this. Although the team didn’t make the start, the performance of Owen’s first show was enough to make home fans full of confidence in the new season.

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