I told you this morning how Zach Lowe pointed out to me (and my millions of close friends) that the Pelicans will give you all the three-pointers you want, and the Suns won The key is to accept and make them.
In the featured TNT game on Tuesday night, your Phoenix Suns scored three-thirds and defeated the Pelicans by a 111-86 advantage.
The game on TNT allowed the Suns to show off their new The Valley jersey and court, and it was definitely popular on TV.
“I hope we can participate in the game throughout the season,” Ayton said with a smile, smiling brightly when it came to the position that the jersey represents the valley and all the sun fans. “All love. All love.”
The Suns led by 2 points after a quarter, 22 points after the second and 39 points (100-61) after the third. In the first three quarters alone, they scored 17 of 38 three-pointers, but they also surpassed the burly Perlis (32-26), and the number of free throws (17-11) was even better. Three quarters of the time.
I only use three-quarters of the statistics, because for the first time this year, the fourth quarter does not matter at all. This is not the case when you lead 39 100-61.
Who is best for the sun?
Jae Crowder scored 21 points in 21 minutes, leading all scorers. Six different suns scored in double digits, None of them are named Booker or Paul. Deandre Ayton had 13 points, 12 rebounds and blocks in 26 minutes. In this minute, no starter played more than 30 minutes of games.
Coach Monty Williams said: “For Chris and Devin, we don’t have to bear our backs. This is a good sign.” Chris Paul had 9 points and 9 assists. Devin Booker had 9 points and 3 assists.
I’m sure Booker is a little confused about this, considering that he must be part of his career. But now, Booker just needs to get rid of those stupid two-player teams and let others blow the handsome guy out.
Mikal and the two Cams are incredible again. Mikal Bridges performed well on Brandon Ingram, scoring 13 points, 7 rebounds and 2 steals. Cameron Johnson scored 10 three-pointers, scored 18 points, and also recorded 2 rebounds, 2 blocks and a steal. Campane had 13 points and 7 assists. In this triumphant return, Dario Saric (Dario Saric) scored 10 points and 4 rebounds.
“It’s really cool to watch Dario,” Williams said. “We hope he will participate in a few more games.”
For the first time since 2014, the Suns were out 3-1. Their 48 three-pointers hit a franchise record.
But don’t get too excited yet.
After the game, coach Monty Williams said: “We will not be happy in the four games on the farm.” “You need 20 game samples to know who you are.”
After the tension and toss of the first quarter, the Pelicans-Suns game opened wide at halftime, with a gap of 22 points (66-44). The Pelicans shot 13 of 18 in the first quarter. Zion Williamson (Zion Williamson) and Steven Adams (Steven Adams) made a total of 12 goals at halftime, 11 of which were hits, while the Phoenix Suns All-Star backcourt Chris Paul (Paul Paul) Paul and Devin Booker only tried twice. total.
All of these are true.
Therefore, you may be surprised to find that your Phoenix Suns (PHOENIX SUNS) took a 22-point halftime lead. Yes, the Suns have very cool Valley players and uniforms. The Suns have very good young talents. Phoenix Sun and Point God CP3.
The remaining Suns contributed 9 out of 19 three-pointers in the first half, among which Jae Crowder, Mikal Bridges and Deandre Ayton all reached 11+, and 9 different Suns entered the scoring list. Again, Cam Payne is noble. Mikal Bridges is glorious. Since Dario Saric played for the first time and became the team’s successor, the ball has sprung up all over the court. At halftime, Saric had 7 points, 4 rebounds, assists and steals. The Suns won the second quarter 35-15.
So, of course, the TNT team spent half of the time talking about Zion Williamson. Great shock.
After gaining a 22-point lead, any team will start the second half weakly…except for a team led by Chris Paul and Jay Crowder. Just like at the beginning of the game, Paul and Crowder joined forces to help the Suns get their foot on the gas pedal.
Soon the Suns led 79-47, and the Pelicans called a timeout.
Ninety-nine to forty-seven.
I know this is an early thing, and you cannot place any permanent markers on such a game. Remember, the Suns were 5-2 a year ago, and injuries and learning curve made them struggle to keep themselves at around .500. But this feels different. This feels sustainable.
After three quarters, the Suns rose by 39. In the middle of fourth place, it still leads by 40 points.
So we saw the closing lineup of Carter, Ethan Moore, Damian Jones, Frank Kaminsky and Tyson Alexander. That was when TNT eliminated another game.
The sun fell from the sky, which brought TNT closer to the game. The Suns just beat the Kings by 13 and led the Nuggets 117-108 in the fourth quarter.