Top 3 Performers of the Night: Nov. 27, 2013 The Suns outscored the Blazers 69-44 in the second and third quarter en route to an impressive 120-106 victory, snapping Portland’s 11-game winning streak. With such a high scoring game, narrowing down the top three performers of the night wasn’t easy. Click through for more.
No. 3, The Morris Twins Markieff (19) and Marcus Morris (15) combined to score 34 points on the night on 11-of-20 shooting. It was the third consecutive game in which they’ve both scored in double figures. Furthermore, Marcus Morris has now made a three-pointer in a career-long 13 consecutive games, the longest streak by a Suns player since Jared Dudley did so in 2012.
No. 2, Channing Frye Channing Frye’s best all-around game of the year came tonight against the Blazers. Frye finished with 25 points and nine rebounds on a blistering 10-of-12 from the floor. It was Frye’s fourth straight game in double-figures and was his second 20-point performance during that stretch.
No. 1, Goran Dragic Goran Dragic was on fire the entire game. “The Dragon” finished with 31 points, 10 assists and five rebounds on 10-of-18 shooting including 4-of-5 from beyond the arc. Most importantly, Dragic kept the Suns within reach early in the game when Portland led by 16 at one point. Over the past three games, Dragic has totaled an amazing 33 assists and 68 points.