If a team is coming off two road victories and previously has taken Oklahoma City and San Antonio to the wire on the road, confidence becomes critical when visiting a team like Miami.
It might not be ideal to face the two-time defending champs in the third road game in four nights, but the Suns show unwavering resolve to shock anyone, including the Heat, just like their 7-6 record has after Sunday night’s 104-96 win at Orlando.
“Now that we’ve got two, why not try to get three?” Suns coach Jeff Hornacek said. “Our guys are getting the hang of it. They know what it takes to win. They’re playing hard. We’ve played good defensively all year. If we can get the offense going, where we’re passing the ball and making the little reads, we can be pretty decent.”
The Heat (10-3) have been resting since beating the same Orlando team Friday night at home for their sixth consecutive win. The only team with a current winning record that the Suns have beaten this season is Portland, which has g...