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50 Cent got shot, and he still survived. Things don’t look great for Denver. In fact, I’d equate their situation to my picture day in seventh grade. They are covered in pimples (Will Barton’s playoff performance) and clearly anxious. However, I’m not closing the curtain on Denver. Not only does Denver have arguably the most unstoppable player in the world, but they also have Andrew Wiggins’ free-throw shooting abilities on their side. After being labeled a bust his entire career, I was happy to see Wiggins undeservedly make an All-Star appearance, but Helen Keller could shoot better behind the free-throw line than the guy.
A cocktail of Kevon Looney and Draymond Green will be tasked with shutting down Jokic. I’m not saying those guys aren’t great defenders, but we’ve seen StatMuse break down his efficiency stats. Jokic is a monster that cannot be contained. The key for Denver will be the play of Monte Morris and Will Barton. Denver’s opponents are, on average, shooting 34.6% from the field, but the guards will need to make a few extra stops in each game to win this series. The perimeter defense MUST improve from game one. I expect Denver to win on the glass, get second-chance points, and keep fast-break opportunities parallel with Golden State. Take the Nuggets in game three. Never bet against Jokic.