Nets vs Suns : The Phoenix Suns are out and about however searching no worn out. After 3/4 it’s looking increasingly more like their powerful offense is simply a lot for the Brooklyn Nets as Phoenix lead 90-72.
Through 3 Quarters
Nets vs Suns live score : The Suns have been enjoying some real success on the presentation of shooting watch Devin Booker, who has 26 focuses. Booker should be cautious, in any case, as he is in foul issue with four.
The top scorer for Brooklyn has been power forward Kevin Durant (24 focuses).
This is the least focuses Brooklyn has had at this point this year going into the final quarter.
Phoenix @ Brooklyn
Current Records: Phoenix 16-3; Brooklyn 14-5
What to Know
The Brooklyn Nets are 10-2 against the Phoenix Suns since December of 2015, and they’ll get an opportunity to broaden that achievement Saturday. Brooklyn will take on Phoenix at 7:30 p.m. ET at Barclays Center subsequent to having had a couple of days off. The two groups try to proceed with their energy from their past successes.
The Nets can’t say they don’t have anything to be appreciative for this Thanksgiving week. They caught an agreeable 123-104 success over the Boston Celtics on Wednesday. Brooklyn’s prosperity was the aftereffect of a decent assault that saw a few players move forward, yet point monitor James Harden drove the charge as he posted a twofold on 20 focuses and 11 helps alongside seven sheets.
In the interim, you will undoubtedly get a positive outcome assuming you outscore your adversary each quarter, and that is actually how it worked out for Phoenix on Friday. They blew past the New York Knicks 118-97. It was one more large night for Phoenix’s shooting watch Devin Booker, who had 32 focuses.
How To Watch
- When: Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET
- Where: Barclays Center — Brooklyn, New York
- TV: NBATV
- Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
- Follow: CBS Sports App
- Ticket Cost: $77.15
The Nets are a slight 1.5-point favorite against the Suns, according to the latest NBA odds.
The oddsmakers had a good feel for the line for this one, as the game opened with the Nets as a 2.5-point favorite.
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Brooklyn have won ten out of their last 12 games against Phoenix.
- Apr 25, 2021 – Brooklyn 128 vs. Phoenix 119
- Feb 16, 2021 – Brooklyn 128 vs. Phoenix 124
- Feb 03, 2020 – Brooklyn 119 vs. Phoenix 97
- Nov 10, 2019 – Phoenix 138 vs. Brooklyn 112
- Dec 23, 2018 – Brooklyn 111 vs. Phoenix 103
- Nov 06, 2018 – Brooklyn 104 vs. Phoenix 82
- Nov 06, 2017 – Brooklyn 98 vs. Phoenix 92
- Oct 31, 2017 – Phoenix 122 vs. Brooklyn 114
- Mar 23, 2017 – Brooklyn 126 vs. Phoenix 98
- Nov 12, 2016 – Brooklyn 122 vs. Phoenix 104
- Feb 25, 2016 – Brooklyn 116 vs. Phoenix 106
- Dec 01, 2015 – Brooklyn 94 vs. Phoenix 91
Injury Report for Brooklyn
- Joe Harris: Out (Ankle)
- Kyrie Irving: Out (Not Injury Related)
- David Duke: Out (Hip)
- Nicolas Claxton: Out (Illness)
Injury Report for Phoenix
- JaVale McGee: Game-Time Decision (Ankle)
- Abdel Nader: Out (Knee)
- Frank Kaminsky: Out (Knee)
- Dario Saric: Out (Knee)
Notwithstanding any ringer blenders, the Nets are relied upon to win a tight challenge. Those taking a well-balanced risk have seen things go this way and that with Brooklyn, who are 9-10 against the spread.
The successes brought Brooklyn up to 14-5 and Phoenix to 16-3. A couple of numbers to remember before hint: Brooklyn have been holding their rivals to a field objective level of 42.50%, which places them second in the association. However, Phoenix positions first in the association with regards to handle objective rate, with 48.20% on the season. We’ll see which of these qualities – offense or safeguard – will win out.