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The Nuggets squeaked by the Portland Trail Blazers in a seven-game first-round series and Nikola Jokic was outright ridiculous shooting the basketball. He averaged 33 points and 10.5 rebounds on 52.8% shooting. Jokic didn’t do it all alone, though. Michael Porter Jr. averaged 18.8 points per game on 53.5% shooting while Austin Rivers, Facundo Campazzo, and Monte Morris shared point guard duties against one of the NBA’s best scoring backcourts. Points won’t be as easy to come by against Phoenix though. Beating the team that knocked out the Western Conference favorites is bound to be challenging.
Misfortune struck the Suns early when Chris Paul suffered a shoulder injury, but he was able to bounce back and impact the series despite being limited as a scorer. DeAndre Ayton rattled off four straight double-doubles to begin the series and Devin Booker looked like the best player on the court in a couple of games that included LeBron James and Anthony Davis. That’s no small feat, and Suns role-players like Cam Payne and Jae Crowder make Phoenix the full package.