Cleveland won the Diving Contest

Saturday afternoon began with the NBA Skills Contest, which was won by the Cleveland team, made up of Jarrett Allen, Darius Garland, and Evan Mobley.The ‘Cavs’ prevailed over the team of the Antetokpunmpo brothers, made up of Giannis Thanasis and Alex, in addition to the Rookie team, with Cade Cunningham, Josh Giddey, and Scottie Barnes.The first challenge, which was shooting, was taken by the Cavaliers, with 44 points, followed by 32 of the Rookies and the 20 of the Antetokounmpo.Read more: LaMelo Ball of the Hornets, second youngest to reach 700 assistsBalan the balance It was here that the event got interesting, since in the passing stage, the Rookies and antetokounmpo tied with 88 points, while Cleveland dropped to just 30.In a tiebreaker between the Cavs and antetokounmpos, it was the latter who took the win, as they connected on more passes. During the third round, which was the relay, the Rookies imposed a time that none of their rivals could match, with 78 seconds. In a tiebreaker, which was made with a 3-point shot, Darius Garland connected on his first opportunity after Thanasis’ miss, giving the pass to the final to Cleveland.Read more: Which players will be in the Diving Contest? The final was that both teams had to hit a shot from the half court, something evan Mobley did on his first attempt, with which the Cavaliers took the title. I currently work as a web editor, specializing in NBA and NFL for Empresa EL DEBATE. I worked for 4 years and 5 months in the Sports section of the Printed Newspaper in Culiacán, covering various disciplines, being assigned to the source of Knights of Culiacán of CIBACOPA. I had the opportunity to cover 3 years the Basketball Tournament of the Neighborhoods of EL DEBATE, one in Mazatlan, 2 in Culiacán, as well as the National War Bands in Los Mochis. In the same way, I was present at various inaugurations and closings of the Company’s sporting events. My passion is basketball, so I am constantly researching the sport burst, especially the NBA, and I have created special works on relevant topics. I covered on 2 occasions the Culiacan International Marathon, one of the most important events at the local and state level. I am an avid reader, who likes to constantly improve himself, both personally and professionally. I successfully attended the Digital Sports Journalism Workshop of the University of Guadalajara sponsored by EL DEBATE. See more

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