Booker led the Suns to beat the Jazz.
[Sports Center/Comprehensive Report] The Suns played at the Jazz's home court today, led by Devin Booker with 24 points, and won 117:103, ending their 4-game losing streak in away games.
The Suns relied on the 17:2 offensive that started at the end of the third quarter and continued all the way to the final quarter to lay the foundation for victory, and most of this offensive came from the substitute group in this campaign. Kevin Durant sacrificed the depth of the lineup. Later, as long as he left the field first, he would suffer on the defensive end, but today's game showed a different content.
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The Suns have three players on the bench scoring more than double digits in this campaign, including Terrence Ross contributing 13 points, Cameron Payne scoring 12 points, Bismack Biyombo scoring 11 points, and Booker scoring 13 points. , Paul (Chris Paul) and other starting lineups returned to the field in the last 5 minutes of the last quarter, the reason why the Suns can still maintain a double-digit lead.
After ending their 4-game losing streak in away games, the Suns are currently ranked 4th in the Western Conference and are expected to have home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. farther away.