September 24, 2022
Phoenix Suns

Phoenix Suns JaVale McGee, on the other hand, was deciphering it. Doncic’s trademark crossover, between-the-legs dribble was swinging the infant back and forth.

“I was simply timing his rhythm,” Phoenix Suns McGee said of his dribbling style. Indeed, you could see it. My undulating body may be here.”

With the Suns’ 7-footer in an isolated position just inside the 3-point line. Especially, when Doncic had everything under control until Phoenix Suns McGee pushed the ball away.

Especially, when he contacted the ball and saw it was loose, “it was all downhill from there,” Phoenix Suns McGee told reporters.

The one-handed slam that threw the Footprint. Center’s sellout crowd of 17,071 into a frenzy came after Phoenix Suns McGee gained control of the ball and dribbled upcourt.

Dallas Mavericks vs. Phoenix Suns

121-114 win against Dallas Mavericks in Game 1 of Western Conference playoffs. The most thrilling moment of the night gave the Phoenix Suns a 21-point advantage in the fourth quarter.

Deandre Ayton, the Phoenix Suns’ center, believes he stepped beyond the coach’s box. “I was all over the place.” The main thing I can recall is that I was running into everyone.

Forward Jae Crowder of the Phoenix Suns called the current momentum “great for us. Moreover, we had a burst of energy after that play.”

“One of the greatest young players in the game,” Phoenix Suns McGee said of Doncic.

In Game 1, the two-time first-team All-NBA pick had a game-high 45 points.

After Dorian Finney-Smith laid a screen for Suns wing Torrey Craig to defend Finney-Smith, McGee went to Doncic.

In addition, Phoenix Suns McGee was also concerned about Doncic getting a foul on him with a breakaway play. Despite his ability to tap the ball away.

At least 11 of his 14 free shots were successful in the first game of the season for Doncic

After seeing that Doncic was using the same dribbling pattern repeatedly, Phoenix Suns McGee decided to take a gamble.

In other words, Suns McGee had the option to take the ball from Doncic. With six seconds staying on the shot clock. And Doncic took off down the other end with a right-handed dribble.

Cam Johnson kept up with him and broke the game up at 2-1 for Brunson. However, when he got to the 3-point arc. McGee glanced at Johnson’s way, but he concentrated on burying this shot well over the hoop.

McGee said, “I knew I wasn’t going to pass it the whole time.” After picking up the ball. I had to keep the defenders on their toes. And take a few shots, but I was sure I would slam the thing as soon I picked it up.”

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