Gerald Green scores 41 points to lead Phoenix Suns past Oklahoma City Thunder
The NBA needs to look into flex scheduling.
While TNT's Lakers-Clippers 48-point rout of a Thursday nightcap was as unappealing as advertised, the Suns-Thunder matchup had pop before it even exploded off the US Airways Center court and Valley television screens Thursday night.
TNT's doubleheader missed out on Suns habanero-hot Gerald Green's career-high 41-point game, Oklahoma City superstars Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combining for 70 points and a game with 250 points that came down to the final seconds.
Phoenix Suns' Alex Len optimistic after setbacks
Suns rookie center Alex Len was talking Tuesday morning about his decreasing playing time with diminishing results, small lineups and Shavlik Randolph's addition.
"I've just got to stay ready and wait for my opportunity," Len said.
Gamethread: Oklahoma City Thunder (46-15) at Phoenix Suns (35-25) The Thunder have not played a road game in three weeks, and they haven't lost to the Suns in four years and haven't lost IN PHOENIX in five years.
That's a long time, folks.
The Suns will wear the black, sleeved jerseys tonight for Fiesta Night.
Also, the Suns will honor the fallen policemen from the shooting this week and collect donations for the 100Club foundation.
Phoenix Police Chief...