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NBA Community reacts to the Dallas Mavericks blowout win against the Phoenix Suns

The NBA community took to their social media accounts to comment their surprise of the blowout win the Mavs had over the Suns in Game 7
NBA reacts to a Mavs blowout win against the Suns

Luka Doncic was once again the best player on his team but this time he had great help from his teammates 

The Dallas Mavericks eliminated and humiliated the Phoenix Suns from the playoffs in Game 7 in front of the Suns' home crowd. The final score was 123-90, which speaks volumes on what type of a night the Mavs had in terms of scoring, while the Suns were in a completely different situation, not being able to buy a bucket. Their dynamic duo of Chris Paul and Devin Booker was entirely out of sync, combining for only 21 points and shooting poorly from the field. 

For the Mavs, Luka Doncic was the leading scorer as always with 35 points, and this time he had a lot of help from his bench. This is the first time the Mavs are going to the WCF since 2011, while this will be another disappointing playoff loss for Chris Paul and the Suns. 

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