Victoria de Phoenix Suns ante Cleveland Cavaliers por 119-113

Phoenix Suns beat as a local Cleveland Cavaliers by 119-113 on a new NBA day. The locals come from beating at home to Boston Celtics 100-91, so after the game they added a total of four wins in a row. For their part, the visitors suffered a defeat at home with Milwaukee Bucks by 99-124, so after this result they completed a streak of five consecutive defeats. After the game, Phoenix Suns remains with one of the places in the Play-off positions with 14 victories in 23 games played, while Cleveland Cavaliers it would be left out of the play-off positions with 10 victories in 25 games played.

During the first quarter there were several changes of leader on the scoreboard, although in the end the local team ended up distancing itself and ended with a result of 34-28. Later, in the second quarter he reduced distances Cleveland Cavaliers, in fact, the team achieved a partial during this quarter of 10-0, which ended with a partial result of 30-33. After this, the players came to rest with a 64-61 on the scoreboard.

During the third quarter, the locals managed to overcome the result until finishing with a partial result of 25-30 and a total of 89-91. Finally, the last quarter also had alternations on the scoreboard until it concluded with a partial result of 30-22. Finally, the players closed the match with a result of 119-113 for the local team players.

The victory of Phoenix Suns was built on 36 points, eight assists and five rebounds from Devin Booker and the 15 points, two assists and 16 rebounds of Deandre Ayton. The 15 points, two assists and 14 rebounds of Andre Drummond and the 23 points, five assists and two rebounds of Collin Sexton they were not enough for Cleveland Cavaliers won the match.

In the next NBA clash Phoenix Suns will face Milwaukee Bucks at Phx Arena. For his part, in the next game, Cleveland Cavaliers will face Denver Nuggets at Ball Arena.

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