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‘Chris Paul doesn’t see or feel us’: Mike Malone slams his perimeter defenders for allowing CP3 to dice Nuggets’ defense in Suns Game 2 win

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Nuggets coach Michael Malone speaks solemnly about Chris Paul after being knocked down by the Suns in Game 2 of the series.

It might be a bit early to tell, but this series could already be decided. And if so, frankly, a lot of the credit has to go to Chris Paul.

In the two games that were played, CP3 looked by far like the best player on the pitch. The veteran was in control of just about everything within the minutes he got. And just a reminder, he’s doing this on a right shoulder that’s clearly not 100% right now.

In Game 2 in particular, the player seemed to just pick his places. It almost seemed like he faced no resistance from the opposition. And after watching his squad blow up by 25 points, Nuggets head coach Michael Malone was very much on board with that notion in the post-game interview. Let’s get into it.

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“We have no impact on Chris Paul in any way”: Michael Malone

When you look at the box’s score, Chris Paul’s numbers, other than his assists, don’t look very impressive. Point-God had 17 points, 5 rebounds and 15 cents throughout the game, and shot 60% from the field and 100% from beyond the arc. However, what really puts his performance in perspective is his plus / minus score.

CP3 was an incredible +26 in this game. He is the second best of the team, behind Mikal Bridges, who was +28.

After the game, Michael Malone had a dark expression on his face. And when asked about the Suns star, here’s what he had to say.

If you’re a fan of the Nuggets, this little comment is incredibly disturbing. Not only has this series not been in your favor at all, even your head coach doesn’t know what to do with the Suns’ top player.

However, all is not lost. After all, only 2 games have been played so far.

The Nuggets still have a chance to stage a return to the Clippers in this series. But, only time will tell if they can understand the Suns enough to achieve this.

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