Draymond to Lakers, Nuggets 3-point defense, Dillon Brooks gone.

In Game 2, the Nuggets prevented the Suns from making 3-pointers. Dillon Brooks' departure ,

provides additional gasoline for the NBA rumors about Draymond and the Los Angeles Lakers.

A box score from the middle of the 1990s was just put together by two of the league's best and most talented offenses.

With a score of 97-87, the Nuggets defeated the Suns in Game 2. Pat Riley and Jeff Van Gundy would have felt right at home.

Especially from outside the 3-point line. The bigger problem is that the team's

Remaining players only contributed 33 points and made 0 out of 11 attempts from beyond the arc.

The majority of fans now generally agree that a team's 3-point defense is best ,

Evaluated by the quantity of 3-pointers they allow rather than the percentage of 3-pointers made by their opponents.

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