NBA – Chris Paul and Phoenix Suns dominate Denver Nuggets again
The Suns still crush the Nuggets
Phoenix Suns – Denver Nuggets: 123-98
Phoenix leads 2-0
The matches follow and are similar in this series between Phoenix and Denver: two duels and two victories large enough for the Suns. Including the latest on Wednesday evening, with a 123 to 98 success for Chris Paul and his teammates. As in Match 1, the veteran leader was able to guide his team by compiling 17 points and 15 assists without losing a single ball. The good news is especially the fact that he seems to have recovered from his shoulder injury, contracted in the first round of the playoffs. The Arizona team was therefore running at full speed in Game 2. Behind CP3, Devin Booker also had 18 points and 10 rebounds and Mikal Bridges scored 16 points. The domination of the Suns was once again collective in front of the Nuggets in decline behind Nikola Jokic. The Serbian, named MVP two days ago, finished with 24 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists. But he seemed very lonely.
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The Suns led by 10 points at the break (52-42) without necessarily being brilliant. They could especially count on the opposing clumsiness. The gap widened upon returning from the locker room after two outside baskets from Jae Crowder who gave his team 17 lengths (60-43). Phoenix even led by 31 points in the last quarter. The series promised to be tight but, for the moment, there is no picture. The Nuggets must now catch up in front of their home crowd in the next two games in Denver.
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