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Bet of the Day
A bet with solid potential is the Phoenix Suns to cover the spread against the Denver Nuggets in Game 2. The Suns have been a dominant force against the spread all season, especially at home, and books are still undervaluing them.
Chris Paul seems to be healing very well from a shoulder injury that has lingered for a few weeks, and that was evident from Monday night’s Game 1 explosion against the Denver Nuggets, where he helped Phoenix push the game out of reach in the second half. In addition, Phoenix is shooting very well from behind the arc and playing lock-down defense. Phoenix has shot 50% from the field and 40.5% from behind the arc in its past three games while only allowing opponents to shoot 41.2% from the field.
Meanwhile, for the Nuggets, Nikola Jokic just won regular-season MVP. Coach Mike Malone came out and stated today that Jokic is exhausted physically and mentally. Whether this is a war tactic or if they already think the writing is on the wall is hard to say, but one sure thing is that Phoenix makes you work very hard on defense. The Suns’ offensive action and movement, as well as the pick and roll between Deandre Ayton and Chris Paul, can become difficult for Jokic, or any NBA big man, to keep up. This could have certainly played a part in Jokic’s subpar offensive game. Although, he did play a great defensive game by snagging two steals and recording three blocks. The Suns have a small-ball feel to them as they employ Jae Crowder, a historically small forward, as their power forward. All of the players in their starting lineup, short of Ayton, can shoot the three very well.
Game 2 will ultimately be decided less by star power and more by supporting cast. Booker and Jokic will have big games, but whichever star gets more support will be the deciding factor in this showdown.