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The Clippers fought admirably in Game 1 without Kawhi Leonard and appear to have found a gameplan capable of being competitive in the series. Paul George continued to showcase his abilities as a star and Reggie Jackson is proving to be a second option. Los Angeles will look to take home-court advantage in the series in Game 2.
Devin Booker broke out for the Suns in Game 1, recording a triple-double and carrying the offense in the second half. Deandre Ayton continues to have an efficient postseason in the paint and the Suns are playing great team basketball, even with Chris Paul sidelined.