From the twelfth in the West before the rematch to the tenth in the West now, the Phoenix Suns, who have won five games, are using amazing performances to win their value in the league, proving that they are not the accompaniment of the fans. They are the real participants in the playoffs. I believe that before today’s game against the Eastern Heat, there will be more fans who believe that the Heat can end the Suns’ winning streak, but the Suns, who scored in double figures today, clearly once again proved their absoluteness after the rematch. Strength, defeated the Heat 119-112, became the only team in the league to remain unbeaten after the rematch, while still retaining the hope of hitting the eighth in the West.
However, the two teams did not have an absolute lead in the score. The two teams kept the suspense of the game until the last moment, and left it to the core players of the team to decide the game. The trend. Obviously the performance of the Suns Devin Booker is better than the core players of the Heat. Booker played 35 minutes in the game and scored 35 points, 3 rebounds and 6 assists, including key goals at the end of the game. Top picks Ayton, Jevin Carter and Johnson all played well in this game. In contrast to the Heat, the team’s leader Butler continues to be absent. The second leader, Adebayor, takes the lead. Although the game also scored 18 points, 7 rebounds and 9 assists in the game, the 18-point performance clearly could not lead the team to victory. .
This is the Phoenix Suns, with the league’s super scorer Devin Booker, the commander Golden Boy Rubio on the court, and the talented champion Lang Ayton. At the same time, there are role players like Jevin Carter and Johnson. It is the combination of such talented players that makes the Suns after the rematch completely radiate and let fans who like them see the future. As Devin Booker said in an interview with reporters: "I hope we can use the winning streak to give fans who support us and like us, because they have waited for this moment for too long."