In the North American Professional Basketball League (NBA) playoffs on Wednesday, the Phoenix Suns defeated the visiting team Denver Nuggets 123-98, leading their team to the fourth place in the Western Conference semifinals by a score of 2-0 Victory.
One of the Suns’ best players is Chris Paul: The 36-year-old manager contributed 17 points, 15 assists and 5 rebounds to success, and he did it all without the ball being sold. Following the regular classics LeBron James and John Stockton, he became the third player in NBA history to score 15/15 in all three playoff games after the age of 35.
Phoenix beat Denver with an “average” of 21 points in the first two games. In NBA history, teams with an average score difference of at least 20 points in the first two games have scored 33-3 in promotion. Indeed, such a farewell is the Suns, who withdrew from the 1995 Western Conference semifinals against Houston after a confident start.
As a result, the main group semi-finals:
Western Grand Slam Group Stage 2:
Phoenix Suns 123-98 Denver Nuggets
A team’s duel position before the fourth victory: 2-0 Phoenix.