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That was humiliating. I haven’t seen a group of Eastern European diss a predominately black group like last night since…well the Azov Battalion, but that’s neither here nor there. The Luka x Devin Booker rivalry is on, and it’s real. Maybe it was all the trash talk from game five, or maybe his competitive nature, but Luka and the Mavs did not play around last night. For the second time in the series, the Suns were held to a season-low in scoring, regular season, or playoffs. They shot a playoff-low 40% with 22 turnovers, the most all season. But luckily, there’s hope.
Sunday will be more important for Chris Paul’s legacy than any insurance commercial he’s ever done. This postseason, Jalen Brunson has blossomed into an unexpected Superstar, and if CP3 can’t hold him to less than twenty-five points, State Farm might have to replace Cliff Paul with a white guy to get even for Jake. I expect game seven to be close. Both of these teams want to rip each other’s heads off, and I think the real matchup battle at hand will be Jason Kidd v. Monty Williams. As a New Jersey native, I’ve loved J-Kidd since I was a child; however, there’s a reason Monty is the reigning coach of the year. The Suns are too talented of a team to drop the ball. Take Phoenix.