Dever Nuggets 105 – 122 Phoenix Suns
The Sun’s offense last night was so balanced it was scary, check these numbers from the starting 5. Mikal Bridges’ 23 points, Jae Crowder’s 14, Deandre Ayton’s 20, Devin Booker’s 21, and Chris Paul’s 21 make it 98 total. Like I said before the Suns may be the scariest team in the West if not the league. Nikola Jokic the league’s MVP scored 22 in the defeat. Game 2 tips-off tonight at 9:30 PM EST. The Joker and the squad look to even the series in a very important game two.
Milwaukee Bucks 85 – 125 Brooklyn Nets
The Bucks must-win game three and Harden didn’t even play in game 2 but they still whooped Milwaukee by 40. KD led all scorers with 32, Kyrie added 22. Giannis led the way for the Bucks with 18 and Middleton scored 17 those two are going to need some help if they want a chance.
Los Angeles Clippers 109 – 112 Utah Jazz
This is going to be a fun series to watch, game one came down to the wire. Devon Mitchell went off last night and torched LA for 45 points. Kawhi, Paul George, and the squad hung in there all game but just couldn’t finish it. Leonard and George combined for 43, the Clippers are going to need more from their supporting cast.
Atlanta Hawks 102 – 118 Philadelphia 76ers
Atlanta has a very balanced offensive attack, paired nicely with a good defense. Philly is one of the most potent offenses in the league paired with one of the best defensive squads. Two of the youngest, and toughest teams in a series, this is going to be fun. ATL took game one holding off a ferocious comeback. Tonight the Sixers made sure they got up early. Joel Embiid had a dominating performance, Jo-Jo scored 40 and grabbed 13 boards. Tobias Harris and Seth Curry contributed with 22 and 21 respectively. The trio of Kevin Huerter, Danilo Gallinari, and Trae Young combined for 62 in the loss.
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