The base Spencer Dinwiddie led on Friday the 112-107 victory of the Brooklyn Nets over the Boston Celtics.
In the absence of the star base Kyrie Irving, injured, Dinwiddie contributed a double-double of 32 points, 11 assists and five rebounds that left him as leader of the attack of the Nets that had the five holders with two-digit numbers.
The victory allowed the Nets to split the 1-1 series in duels that both teams have maintained in their respective fields after Brooklyn had lost in Boston.
Despite the absence of Irving, the Nets franchise player, who has not been able to play eight consecutive games after suffering a right shoulder injury, and that of star forward Kevin Durant, who got last summer as a free agent, Brooklyn It has a winning mark of 10-9.
The great work done by Dinwiddie, who was elected winner of the Player of the Week award in the previous seven-day competition period, has been the key to the Nets’ triumphs.
Dinwiddie achieved his best mark of the season in assists and stayed two points away from drawing the best scoring mark.
The center Jarrett Allen also contributed a double-double of 14 points and 11 rebounds as the best man of the Nets in the inner game and helped the team recover from the loss they suffered last Friday in Boston, where they lost 121-110.
The power forward Taurean Prince contributed 16 points as the second top scorer of the Nets, while forward guard Joe Harris and bodyguard Garrett Temple scored 12 points each with which they helped the Nets get the fifth win in the last Six games played.
The pivot DeAndre Jordan, who left reserve after missing two games with left ankle pain, was the sixth man in the team to contribute eight points and 11 rebounds.
The forward Jayson Tatum finished as leader of the Celtics by contributing 26 points and nine rebounds that did not prevent the defeat of his team that had reached the game with two consecutive wins.
This time the baseman Kemba Walker did not have the same inspiring inspiration of last Friday and contributed 17 points and six assists after having failed 13 of 19 field shots, which caused the team to finish the game with a 44 (41-93) percent of success in field shots and 32 (9-28)% of triples.
The base-guard Marcus Smart reached 15 points as the third top scorer of the Celtics, which remained with a 13-5 mark.