The most recent encounter between the Brooklyn Nets and the Phoenix Suns resulted in a six-point defeat for the Nets. While the Sun Pheonix extended their winning streak to 16 games on a busy road trip to play the game with a 5 hour travel time and in 24 hours from their last game against the New York Knicks. .
NS brooklyn network currently owns first place of east conference with 14-6 (WL) and Phoenix Suns currently second in the western conference with a 17-3 (WL) record after a scheduled game against Golden Empire Warriors and have a chance to chase them to win first place.
Poor shooting from the 3-point line was the main factor leading to the loss against the Suns. The team only made 30.4% of their 3-pointer throws, which is 7 out of 23 attempts. Quite good at defense and making decisions regarding change Lamarcus Aldridge above Chris Paul good enough to block the ball’s movement but it didn’t help break the veteran keeper’s rhythm and the Nets were never able to take the lead.
Skip Bayless in Brooklyn Nets loss to Phoenix Suns
Skip Bayless, a sports columnist who took over the team after the game via Twitter, expressed Kevin Durant’s efforts with 39 points, 9 rebounds, 7 assists and 4 steals insisting he’s always been the bridge. the best player in the tournament. He added that the Big 3 of Nets has dropped and now it’s just Big 1 because Kevin Durant is putting all the work into it since then. Kyrie Irving not available for any games as of now due to unvaccinated and James Harden is also struggling with his game because the rules have changed.
The critic in his tweet quoted that: “Kevin Durant went to 39/9/7 with 4 steals but received barely any help from Harden (0-6 from three) as the Suns moved to 16-3 with a substantial win over Brooklyn. The Nets went from Big 3 to Big 1.While shooting towards James Harden.
The men today didn’t do well with shots from the 3-point line and missed the target, but still managed to get a triple triple for their teammates when they made some good passes and bounced the ball. James also lost possession with 7 passes and the team had 20 overall, eventually handing the ball to Pheonix and also the game since both Suns stars, Devin Booker and Chris Paul had a hot tackle on the offensive side. Kevin Durant and his teammates worked tirelessly to return to the game right from the halftime break. Kevin Durant even used his jump inside the line to take the lead and hit multiple shots but that wasn’t enough and resulted in a home goal for Steve Nash’s Brooklyn Nets.
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