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Suns Fan Was Caught Sending Naughty Messages In The Middle Of Game 2 vs. Mavericks

Suns Fan Was Caught Sending Naughty Messages In The Middle Of Game 2 vs. Mavericks

The Phoenix Suns had a blast on Wednesday night, beating the Dallas Mavericks at home, 129-109, taking a 2-0 advantage in their second-round series over the Texans team. Devin Booker and Chris Paul showed the way for the rest of the Suns, dropping 30 and 28 points respectively in the blowout win over Luka Doncic and co. 

It was a good night for everybody in Phoenix. The game was close until the 3rd quarter when the Suns took the advantage by outscoring the Mavericks 31-23. They made a statement with that win, confirming they are the team to beat in the Western Conference this campaign.

Watching a one-sided game can be fun for some fans, while others need to find different ways to enjoy the match and their attendance at the arena. One fan found an interesting idea to kill some time while Phoenix wrapped things up and dominated the Mavericks. 

One Twitter user shared a series of pics of one fan sending naughty texts on their cell phone. Six pics shared in two tweets show that this man was really having a blast talking with somebody, using NSFW language to predict or imagine a future encounter. 

This is wild, not only because somebody caught this conversation and had the nerve to take pics of it and share it with the world, but also because of the place where it happened. The NBA playoffs are considered the best time of the year for the fans, but some people find more fun exchanging these messages no matter where they are. 

Things escalated really quickly and NBA fans had a lot to say about it, trolling the main characters of the story and trying to find who they were. 

At the end of the night, the Suns secured the win, going to Dallas with a 2-0 advantage that seems pretty hard to blow. Chris Paul is locked in right now, putting in the work, saying he's ready for clutch moments, and he won't rest until he finally wins that elusive NBA championship.