Final NBA Match 4 Antetokounmpo, a nightmare for Chris Paul

Phoenix and Milwaukee meet again this night from Wednesday July 14 to Thursday July 15 for Game 4 of the NBA Finals. The Suns lead 2-1, but that does not reassure their leader, Chris Paul. Who particularly fears the Greek star of the Buks, Giannis Antetokounmpo, to the point of suggesting his teammates to give him special treatment.

For Paul (left), the only way to face Antetokounmpo is to “build a wall” in his path.

Special To player, special treatment. Chris Paul asks his Phoenix teammates to adopt this rule before facing Milwaukee and his Greek phenomenon, Giannis Antetokounmpo, that night from Wednesday 14 to Thursday 15 June, for Game 4 of the NBA Finals. For the 36-year-old point guard, this is the only way to hope to win their first North American franchise title.

The Suns lead 2-1. The Bucks, dominated in the first two games (2-0), signed their first success (120-100) in Game 3. A victory that they owe to Antetokounmpo, author in particular of 41 points, and which motivates them as for following operations.

“He’s coming in, he’s dunking, he’s dunking again and he’s doing a layup.”

Aware of the danger represented by the Greek, Chris Paul rings the (re) mobilization. “We will continue to try to build a wall. He (Giannis Antetokounmpo) arrives at full speed in each match, like a runner coming down the slope ”, Alert the leader of the Suns in The team.

He adds : “The coach has a saying: we just say we are trying to get in the way. But he can do what he does because he is surrounded by very good players. He’s been an MVP twice, no matter how he scores, he does it. You see what I mean ?”

If he admits that it will be impossible to prevent Antetokounmpo from doing the show, Paul suggests that just hindering him would already be a bit of a success. He explains : “I get on the field, I dunke, I dunke again and I do a lay-up. That’s the way it is, we have to find a way to stop it. Or at least find a way to slow down. For us, slowing it down or not winning the game. I don’t care what the stats sheet looks like after the game. He’s been an MVP twice, so we have to treat him like one. “

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