2010 Playoffs, Suns vs Lakers, Game 6
May 30, 2010
Steve Nash arrives at US Airways Center for Game 6.
Amar'e Stoudemire arrives for the do-or-die game.
Halll of Fame broadcaster Al McCoy is ready to call the action.
Just chilling in the Suns' locker room.
Jared Dudley and Stoudemire collect their thoughts.
Senator John McCain heads to his seat.
Bring on Game 6.
The Gorilla wants YOU to root for the Suns.
Broadcast partners McCoy and Tim Kempton prepare for the game.
TNT's Craig Sager interviewed Stoudemire prior to tip-off.
The Gorilla and PHX Percussion get the crowd ready.
Tip-off for Game 6.
Suns center Channing Frye hit a three on his first touch after entering the game.
Nash congratulates STAT for a bucket and foul. Stoudemire scored seven first-quarter points in a high scoring game, but the Lakers led 37-34 after one.
Nash had eight points in the period including this three-pointer.
Grant Hill contributed six points to the Suns' total.
Amar'e shoots over Pau Gasol.
Jason Richardson puts up a left-handed scoop shot.
The Suns Dancers R ORNG.
Nash boxes out Lamar Odom down low.
Frye added another three-pointer late in the first half, but the Suns found themselves trailing by 12 at intermission, 65-53.
A lucky fan shows off his prized catch.
Stoudemire was tripped up after chasing down a loose ball.
Phoenix Mercury standouts Penny Taylor and Diana Taurasi take in the Suns' action.
The Suns found themselves trailing by 17 points entering the fourth period when Goran Dragic took the offense on his shoulders, not to mention an elbow on his chin.
Eight straight points later by Dragic and the Suns were within nine. Goran finished with 12 points for the game.
A Nash lay-up with 2:19 remaining in the game closed the gap to three at 99-96.
Stoudemire score 12 points in the fourth period.
Frye grabbed 13 rebounds to go with 12 points.
Leandro Barbosa scored seven points off the bench.
The All-Star finished with 27 points but the Lakers closed out the Suns with a 111-103 victory.
Dragic answers questions after being eliminated from the NBA Playoffs.
Asked about his free-agent future, Stoudemire reiterates that he hopes to be back with the Suns in 2010-11.
Nash was left to explain the disappointing exit in Game 6.
Although disappointed to be going home, Head Coach Alvin Gentry said he has a lot to be proud of.