Sports Illustrated's Madelyn Burke is joined by Greydy Diaz to break down Denver Nuggets head coach post-game comments after his team fell to the Phoenix Suns 123-98 on Wednesday night. “I felt we quit tonight, which is something you never want to see. So I guess for Game 3, I’m just going to try to find guys that will at least go out there and leave it all on the line. I may have a hard time coming up with five guys that fill that, but these two games, these second halves have really been disappointing, and that’s an understatement.”
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