Nets vs. Suns: Brooklyn Brings Three-Game Win Streak to Face Red-Hot Phoenix

Nets have won 12 of 18, Suns have won 9 of 10

One week later, the view is different for the Brooklyn Nets.

Last Tuesday in Detroit they dropped their third straight game with a loss to league-worst Pistons. Now, they’re fully back in rhythm after winning their third straight Monday night against Sacramento. They’ll go into Phoenix for a late-night game on Tuesday having won 12 of their last 18 overall. They’re third in the Eastern Conference with a 17-12 record.

Brooklyn’s little slide a week ago coincided with Kevin Durant’s absence due to health and safety protocols, but they’ve only had him back for one of these three wins, with a hamstring strain sidelining him Monday against the Kings that will also keep him out against the Suns.

In the 136-125 win against the Kings, Kyrie Irving scored 40 points, James Harden posted a triple-double, and the Nets shot 57.3 percent overall and 57.4 percent from 3-point range while making a franchise-record 27 3-pointers. They had seven players score in double-figures against the Kings, one game after all five starters scored at least 15 points for the first time in 22 years for the franchise.

“This was the vision right here, this game itself,” said Harden. “Obviously, KD was out tonight, but it was next man up. Tyler (Johnson) did an unbelievable job of coming in and playing really good minutes. And then I think, from top to bottom, everyone has the same goal and that’s to win. Obviously, (DeAndre Jordan) dealt with family over these last few days. He came in and he came off the bench and Jeff (Green) started and there was no conversation, there was no pouting. It was a mentality that, ‘All right, I’m coming off the bench, I’m going to do whatever it takes to impact the game’ and he did that. So from top to bottom no matter when your number is called, you’ve got to be ready to come in and contribute no matter what it takes. I think each individual guy has that mindset and that’s a championship-caliber team already at this point.”

A week ago, the Nets answered the Detroit loss with a stronger defensive effort in their 104-94 win over Indiana, then they hit the road and rolled past both Golden State and Sacramento on the first two games of their five-game road trip.

“We saw a response, and they’ve been able to build on it,” said Nets head coach Steve Nash. “We had a tough stretch here; tomorrow will be three games in four nights and then I think the Lakers will be four in six. It’s a tough stretch, but to get three in a row here is really, really positive and it shows the toughness that we have when we stick together and keep fighting.”

Nash said he doesn’t expect Durant’s hamstring strain to lead to a long-term absence. The Nets have navigated a lot of roster fluidity — Monday’s new starting lineup was their league-high 19th of the season — and Harden sees momentum building that will only grow with some consistency.

“Yes, because it’s a total team effort,” said Harden. “Obviously, we would love to have Kevin back for more than one game, but once we get our full roster and Kevin is back and we can kind of get a rhythm, we haven’t really had a whole roster where we can get a rhythm yet for multiple games. So, once we can get that full roster, then we can really see what we got and we can really be something special. But, until then, defensively it’s going to have to be our mindset because offensively, like I keep harping on, we can score with the best of them. So, you know, shootarounds is helping us, watching film is helping us and communicating is helping us. And I think each individual guy comes in the game with that defensive mentality.”

BACK TO PHOENIX

Brooklyn’s game in Phoenix on Tuesday night will be Nash’s first as a coach against the team he played 10 seasons for.

Drafted by the Suns in 1996, he was traded to Dallas two years later before returning as a free agent in 2004. Over the next eight seasons, Nash won back-to-back MVPs, earned five All-NBA selections, and led the league in assists five times. It was with the Suns that Nash went from All-Star guard to Hall of Famer.

“It’s a super special place for me,” said Nash. “There’s no doubt. It’s where I had my best years and incredible memories of not only my teammates and the organization but being a Phoenician and living in that city and everything that it entails. It’s a very, very special place for me, so to go back and actually be in a game there is something I look forward to and feel very fortunate to be able to do.”

SEASON HIGH FOR TYLER JOHNSON

After appearing in just seven of Brooklyn’s first 24 games, guard Tyler Johnson has been part of the rotation for four of the last five, and had a season-high 10 points against Sacramento on Monday. That followed nine points in 14 minutes against Golden State on Saturday. Johnson is shooting 7-for-14 overall and 5-for-10 from 3-point range over the last two games.

“He worked really hard,” said Steve Nash. “He's very competitive. And I think he's earned an opportunity. I think it's tough; there's so many perimeter players. But trying to shed some minutes for guys, it really. He can come in and give us a lift. So, I just love him as a person and a player, his competitive spirit is outstanding. He's been making some shots as well, and he's very capable offensively, of course. But just that competitive nature I think is really important for our group.”

SHOOTAROUNDS ARE BACK

The Nets added gameday shootarounds to the mix for the first two games of their West Coast trip. With practice time hard to come by in a condensed schedule, Steve Nash felt it was worth a look to squeeze in some extra time with the team to aid in preparation.

“I think just lately, trying to find some consistency and form with this team and having so little practice time, I wanted to experiment with shootarounds,” said Nash. “It’s tricky with all the protocols and the condensed schedule and the mental and physical toll there is on the players, but we have to find ways to improve and if our games are the majority of our opportunity to improve, the shootaround each morning can help us at night with the game. It adds a little bit to the players’ plate, but I’m excited that we’re throwing in some shootarounds and getting more touches with the guys and kind of able to drill down on some of our principles.”

“I think it just helps guys stay locked in and engaged, able to kind of walk through stuff, especially against teams that you maybe haven’t seen or played against like a Sacramento,” said Joe Harris. “For us, we don’t watch a ton of their games on the East Coast, so it’s good for us to get familiar, good to get preparation in when you’re not able to practice. So these shootarounds basically are subbing in for what practice time would have originally been.”

NETS WAIVE PELLE, SIGN ROBERSON

Following Monday night's game, the Nets announced they had waived center Norvel Pelle, and on Tuesday afternoon they announced the signing of guard/forward Andre Roberson.

Pelle appeared in three games for the Nets after signing on Jan. 28. Roberson was an NBA All-Defensive Second Team selection in 2016-17 who missed all of the 2018-19 season after suffering a knee injury in 2017-18. He played in seven games last season for Oklahoma City, for whole he's played the entirety of his career to date since being drafted in 2013. Roberson was a college teammate of Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie at the University of Colorado, in addition to having played with Kevin Durant in Oklahoma City.

ABOUT THE SUNS

The Suns are 17-9 and in fourth place in the Western Conference after winning six straight games and nine of their last 10, beating Philadelphia, Milwaukee, and Boston along the way. Their offensive rankings are middle of the pack, except for their effective field goal percentage of 54.7, eighth in the NBA. Though their 29th in the league in steals (5.2) and 25th in blocks (4.1), the Suns are sixth in defensive efficiency, allowing 109.0 points per 100 possessions, and sixth in opponent effective field goal percentage (51.8). That’s fueled a net rating of 2.9 that is eighth in the NBA. Devin Booker is averaging 24.5 points to lead Phoenix. Chris Paul is sixth in the league with 8.2 assists per game and averages 16.7 points, and Deandre Ayton is fourth with 12.3 rebounds per game and averages 13.8 points while shooting 58.4 percent.

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    L 108-124

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    TuesdayTue Feb 09 Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI
    L 111-122

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    27PTS
    Kyrie Irving
    B. Brown
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    Bruce Brown
    J. Harden
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    WednesdayWed Feb 10 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    W 104-94

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    K. Irving
    35PTS
    Kyrie Irving
    D. Jordan
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    K. Irving
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  • away game
    SaturdaySat Feb 13 Chase Center, San Francisco, CA
    W 134-117

    TEAM LEADERS OF THE GAME

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    MondayMon Feb 15 Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA
    W 136-125

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    K. Irving
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    TuesdayTue Feb 16 Phoenix Suns Arena, Phoenix, AZ
    W 128-124

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    ThursdayThu Feb 18 STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, CA
    W 109-98

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    SundaySun Feb 21 STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, CA
    W 112-108

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    TuesdayTue Feb 23 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    W 127-118

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    ThursdayThu Feb 25 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    W 129-92

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    SaturdaySat Feb 27 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
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    MondayMon Mar 01 AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX
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    WednesdayWed Mar 03 Toyota Center, Houston, TX
    W 132-114

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    ThursdayThu Mar 11 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    W 121-109

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    SaturdaySat Mar 13 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    W 100-95

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    J. Harden
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    MondayMon Mar 15 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    W 117-112

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    K. Irving
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  • away game
    WednesdayWed Mar 17 Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN
    W 124-115

    TEAM LEADERS OF THE GAME

    J. Harden
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    James Harden
    J. Harden
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    James Harden
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  • away game
    FridayFri Mar 19 Amway Center, Orlando, FL
    L 113-121

    TEAM LEADERS OF THE GAME

    K. Irving
    43PTS
    Kyrie Irving
    B. Brown
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    Bruce Brown
    J. Harden
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    SundaySun Mar 21 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    W 113-106

    TEAM LEADERS OF THE GAME

    K. Irving
    28PTS
    Kyrie Irving
    K. Irving
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  • away game
    TuesdayTue Mar 23 Moda Center, Portland, OR
    W 116-112

    TEAM LEADERS OF THE GAME

    J. Harden
    25PTS
    James Harden
    D. Jordan
    10RBS
    DeAndre Jordan
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  • away game
    WednesdayWed Mar 24 Vivint Arena, Salt Lake City, UT
    L 88-118

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    A. Johnson
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    Alize Johnson
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    Alize Johnson
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  • away game
    FridayFri Mar 26 Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI
    W 113-111

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    J. Harden
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    James Harden
    J. Harden
    14RBS
    James Harden
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  • home game
    MondayMon Mar 29 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    W 112-107

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    J. Harden
    38PTS
    James Harden
    J. Harden
    11RBS
    James Harden
    J. Harden
    13ASTS
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  • home game
    WednesdayWed Mar 31 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    W 120-108

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    K. Irving
    31PTS
    Kyrie Irving
    J. Harden
    8RBS
    James Harden
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  • home game
    ThursdayThu Apr 01 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    W 111-89

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    J. Green
    21PTS
    Jeff Green
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    11RBS
    Kyrie Irving
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  • away game
    SundaySun Apr 04 United Center, Chicago, IL
    L 107-115

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    K. Irving
    24PTS
    Kyrie Irving
    B. Griffin
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    Blake Griffin
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    MondayMon Apr 05 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    W 114-112

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    K. Irving
    40PTS
    Kyrie Irving
    J. Harris
    8RBS
    Joe Harris
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    WednesdayWed Apr 07 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    W 139-111

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    K. Irving
    24PTS
    Kyrie Irving
    B. Brown
    8RBS
    Bruce Brown
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    Chris Chiozza
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    SaturdaySat Apr 10 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    L 101-126

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    K. Durant
    22PTS
    Kevin Durant
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  • away game
    TuesdayTue Apr 13 Target Center, Minneapolis, MN
    W 127-97

    TEAM LEADERS OF THE GAME

    K. Durant
    31PTS
    Kevin Durant
    B. Brown
    12RBS
    Bruce Brown
    C. Chiozza
    5ASTS
    Chris Chiozza
    YES NetworkWFAN
    Watch Game
  • away game
    WednesdayWed Apr 14 Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
    7:00pmET
    YES Network, ESPNWFAN
    Watch Game
  • home game
    FridayFri Apr 16 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    7:30pmET
    YES2WFAN
    Watch Game
  • away game
    SundaySun Apr 18 AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
    3:30pmET
    YES Network, ESPNWFAN
    Watch Game
  • away game
    TuesdayTue Apr 20 Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, LA
    7:30pmET
    YES2, TNTWFAN
    Watch Game
  • away game
    WednesdayWed Apr 21 Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL
    7:00pmET
    YES2WFAN
    Watch Game
  • home game
    FridayFri Apr 23 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    7:30pmET
    YES Network, ESPNWFAN
    Watch Game
  • home game
    SundaySun Apr 25 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    3:30pmET
    YES2, ESPNWFAN
    Watch Game
  • away game
    TuesdayTue Apr 27 Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL
    7:30pmET
    YES NetworkWFAN
    Watch Game
  • away game
    ThursdayThu Apr 29 Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN
    7:00pmET
    YES Network, NBA TVWFAN
    Watch Game
  • home game
    FridayFri Apr 30 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    8:00pmET
    YES2, NBA TVWFAN
    Watch Game
  • away game
    SundaySun May 02 Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, WI
    3:30pmET
    YES2, ABCWFAN
    Watch Game
  • away game
    TuesdayTue May 04 Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, WI
    7:30pmET
    YES2, TNTWFAN
    Watch Game
  • away game
    ThursdayThu May 06 American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
    7:30pmET
    YES Network, TNTWFAN
    Watch Game
  • away game
    SaturdaySat May 08 Ball Arena, Denver, CO
    10:00pmET
    YES Network, NBA TVWFAN
    Watch Game
  • away game
    TuesdayTue May 11 United Center, Chicago, IL
    8:00pmET
    YES2WFAN
    Watch Game
  • home game
    WednesdayWed May 12 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    8:00pmET
    YES2WCBS 880 AM
    Watch Game
  • home game
    SaturdaySat May 15 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    TBDET
    YES NetworkWFAN
    Watch Game
  • home game
    SundaySun May 16 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    TBDET
    YES NetworkWFAN
    Watch Game

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