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Suns’ Season Comes to an End with a Drubbing in Game 7 Against Mavericks

The Dallas Mavericks stunned the top-seeded Phoenix Suns with a 123-90 Game 7 blowout on Sunday night, reaching the Western Conference Finals for the first time since 2011. Luka Doncic scored 35 points, Spencer Dinwiddie 30 and the Dallas Mavericks stunned the top-seeded Phoenix Suns with a 123-90 Game

After the home team won the first six games of the series, dominating a tough environment from start to finish, Dallas broke down on the road. The Suns, on the other hand, were an embarrassing no-show after reaching the NBA Finals last season with a virtually similar group.

Paul’s play Sons mirrored the course of the series. In the first two games, he averaged 23.5 points and only two mistakes, including a 14-point fourth-quarter surge in Game 2, as the Phoenix seized a 2-0 lead.

However, in the five games since his 37th birthday on May 6, he has averaged 9.4 points and 3.6 turnovers. The Phoenix Suns lost four of their last five games, matching the Milwaukee Bucks’ NBA Finals record of two wins followed by four defeats.

The Mavericks will face the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals, with the Suns leading the series 2–2 and 3–2 despite failing late in the series with too many questions in the off-season will start.

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Phoenix’s key objectives for the offseason are the same as they were last year when they most needed to re-sign or add to their roster. While Chris Paul, Michael Bridges, Cameron Payne, and Landry Schmett were being watched after.

They were unable to reach an agreement with Deandre Ayten on expansion. He will now be a restricted free agent and the best big man available. Bringing him back will be his top objective this offseason.

Booker worked hard to get to Luca for a foul call, and he got one, but he complained too much after missing. Chris Paul drove aggressively around Luca for a lap attempt, but the shot was blocked by a surprised Maxi Kleber. Still, CP’s aggression is commendable. Jay Crowder made his first three but missed his next two attempts at a foul.

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