ESPN Analyst Nick Wright stalks Chris Paul and Devin Booker, claims Luka Doncic will lead the MAF to victory in Game 7
The Phoenix Suns went to Dallas last night, hoping to finish the streak. However, as per the trend, the home team took care of their home stadium, and the Mavs survived to fight another day. Luka Doncic advanced significantly, scoring 33 points, 11 rebounds, 8 assists, and 4 steals.
On the other hand, Chris Paul and Devin Booker had a terrible night. Suns’ backcourt combined with 32 points, 10 rebounds, 9 fouls and 13 spins. The Mavericks used this to their advantage and won 113-86 to force Game 7.
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With Game 7 on Sunday, people are already starting to discuss the nominees to win the series. If we go in this direction, the home team has won all the matches in this series, so the Suns have the upper hand. However, Nick Wright begs to differ.
Nick Wright thinks the Suns are under pressure for Game 7 because of Luka Doncic
In Game 5, Devin Booker went after Luka Doncic, mocked him and flopped. In that match, the Suns only won because no one but Luca showed up. However, tonight, Bock was unable to back up his speech. Luka alone scored more than CP3 and Devin Booker combined, and had 12 lower turnovers.
Today’s The First Things First crew discussed Game 7, and Nick Wright went outside with his support for the Mavericks.
“It’s not just that the Mavs have the best player in the series, the best Mavs are better than the best players in the Suns combined. … do you feel it? It’s the tightening of binding on Devin Booker and Chris Paul. A lot of pressure on The Sun for match 7.” – Tweet embed pic.twitter.com/060aAV5lcP
– First Things First (@FTFonFS1) May 13, 2022
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Going into Game 7, we already know that Luka will do his best. The only thing that will decide fate is the way the other players on both teams play. So far, the home team’s support team always shines through. However, if the Mavericks can convince their players to change that in Game 7, the Mavericks could reach the conference finals.