Phoenix with a sixth straight win, 101: 128 over the Thunder


The Suns got a wonderful game from Devin Booker passionately with 35 points, and kept their perfect balance in the bubble. The Mavericks defeated the Jazz 114: 122, 27 for Hardway

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Phoenix does not stop. Devin Booker vs. Abdel Nider (Photo: GettyImages)

Phoenix (39:32) – Oklahoma City (27:43) 101: 128

The Suns continue their great run and achieved a sixth straight win. In addition, Phoenix has maintained a perfect balance in the bubble complex, and is now just two wins away from eighth place, with one game less than eighth-place Memphis. The first quarter was still under the control of Oklahoma City, who finished it with a 23:37 advantage, but the Suns won the second and third quarters by a cumulative 31-point margin (!) And completely took control of the game. Devin Booker was wonderful with 35 points, including a three from the half. The Thunder, on the other hand, gave some of their stars a rest, with Chris Paul (14) playing just 24 minutes.

Dallas is back from a big lag. Boban Marianovic vs. Rudy Gober (Photo: GettyImages)

Utah (28:43) – Dallas (30:43) 122: 114

The Mavericks with a second straight win achieved after a comeback from a 16-point deficit in the half. Luka Doncic and Kristeps Forzingis were rested tonight, but that did not stop their determined teammates from achieving an important victory in terms of the position struggles ahead of the playoffs. Tim Hardaway Jr. excelled in the Dallas ranks with 27 points on 11 of 15 from the field, while Seth Kerry (22) Boban Marianovic (20 and 9 rebounds) were also great for the Mavericks. Utah continued its bad period and recorded its fifth loss in six games.


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