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The Suns will have to bounce back after a rough start to Game 3 en route to a 106-92 loss. Chris Paul struggled in his return and Devin Booker failed to shine while donning a facemask to protect his nose from further injury. Deandre Ayton continues to be a strong point for Phoenix, who will be looking to take a 3-1 lead back home for Game 5.
The Clippers have kept things close in the series despite losing Kawhi Leonard to a knee injury. They’re playing better as a group and role players, especially Reggie Jackson, are stepping up to the task. Paul George is showing why he’s worthy of being called a superstar and Tyronn Lue is making the necessary adjustments with Leonard out. Can LA ensure it will have at least one more home game after Game 4?