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PHOENIX - Goran Dragic led seven Phoenix players in double figures with 21 points, and the Suns overcame another sluggish start by hitting seven of 12 three-pointers to snap Denver's four-game winning streak with a 110-100 win Monday night. Shannon Brown had 19 points off the bench and Michael Beasley added 16 for the Suns, who have trailed by at least 10 points in seven of their eight games this season, including all four at US Airways Center. But a 10-point deficit in the first quarter took only a few minutes to erase, and a 13-2 run over the final four minutes of the game put it away. Andre Iguodala had 17 points and JaVale McGee added 16 for the Nuggets, who had beaten the Suns six straight times dating back to November 2010 but could not finish them off this time. Phoenix led by seven midway through the fourth quarter before the Nuggets rallied using a pair of McGee dunks and Danilo Gallinari's four-foot bank shot to pull within one at 97-96 with 3:59 left. But...
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PHOENIX - With three new starters and nine new players, the Phoenix Suns are still getting to know each other, and the shooting touch they expected to have has yet to materialize. But the hard work and teamwork aspects of the equation are keeping things interesting eight games into the season. Goran Dragic led seven Phoenix players in double figures with 21 points, and the...
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I’ll be completely fair and put a few facts in perspective; this was the Nuggets 5th game in 7 nights with three being on the road and the last road game was a double OT thriller combined with the fact poor late game lineups, botched free throws, and abysmal play from the starting point guard [...]The post Denver Nuggets Show Inconsistency Against Phoenix Suns In A Loss; 110-100...