The Phoenix Suns defeated the Denver Nuggets 123-98 to take a 2-0 lead in the NBA Western Conference Semifinals on Wednesday. In the blowout victory, former Purdue basketball player E'Twaun Moore earned six minutes of playing time and scored seven points.
Moore has only appeared in two playoff games so far for the Suns. He made three of his seven field-goal attempts at the Phoenix Suns Arena, including one 3-pointer. Moore also registered one rebound and one assist.
The last time Moore played during the postseason was on June 1 during a 115-85 win over the Los Angeles Lakers. He scored four points and snatched one rebound during nine minutes of play in that game.
The Suns play the Nuggets for Game 3 of the Western Conference Semifinals at 9 p.m. at the Ball Arena in
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