The Suns without Paul beat the Clippers

In the fourth game of the finals, the Suns lost 103-109 away to the Bucks, making a 2-2 draw. Devon Booker made 17 of 28 shots (3-0) and scored 42 points, still losing. He became the player with the highest total score in playoffs for the first time in history, and he won 40 + three times and tied for the second place in playoff history.

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Booker played the worst game of this year’s playoffs in G3, with only 10 points and 20% shooting percentage, completely disappearing at the offensive end. Obviously, he was determined to get back to form, hit the middle distance steadily in the first leg of today’s opening game, and then broke through the throw to help the Suns play a 10-4 advantage.

Paul was on the defensive, and Booker’s timely scoring and fouls eased the pressure on the Suns, who scored 8 points in 3-for-7 in the first quarter.

In the second quarter, the two sides opened the offensive situation and began to fight against each other. In the second half of the quarter, Booker went on the court with a sudden shot and kept grabbing points. In the face of face blocking defense, he could also score elegant backward and take over the attack of the whole team, keeping the suns in the lead. Booker got 20 points in the first half and didn’t have any three points. It can be said that it’s rare.

In the second half, Booker continued the rhythm, scored in the middle distance and then broke through the Bucks’ defense. After 7 minutes and 38 seconds, Booker scored in the middle distance for two consecutive rounds, but the advantage of the Suns was not stable because of Paul’s inaccuracy.

By Ethan