Bring wins the duel to Ricky, but the Suns take the game

New victory of Phoenix in his house, this time before another of the young teams with projection of the NBA (in his case, of the East). Oubre 30 + 7.

The Suns won another pleasant victory at the Talking Stick Resort Arena, the fifth at home and the seventh overall in which it is a start to the season that has surprised many. The Hawks were the new victim of the Monty Williams team, they fell 128-112.

Only a somewhat more successful first period of Georgians delayed the dominance of those in Arizona. Booker started driving as he knows, kneading the ball but going fast towards the hoop. He acted as his team could best be coupled. This was gaining cadence and advantage to end without suffering and celebrating another good news.

Devin Booker would finish with 27 points, but he was not the most prominent of the Suns. Kelly Oubre went from his worst game to one of 30 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists and Dario Saric finally stood out in attack by finishing with 23 points and 6 rebounds. Ricky Rubio was somewhat lazy: 6 points, 5 rebounds and 8 assists with 2/9 in shots.

Trae Young (21 points and 13 assists) won the game in Spanish in terms of individual duel. He was helped by Jabari Parker (24 + 7) or Alex Len (21 + 10), but it was not worth the victory.

Balance of 7-4 already for the Suns, who are fifth of the Western Conference at the moment. Something worse goes to the Hawks, also in the post of 'playoffs' but with 4-7.

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