Denver, CO (SportsNetwork.com) - Phoenix overcame a sluggish start and got a
huge boost from its bench as the Suns left Denver with a 103-102 win over the
Markieff Morris filled the stat sheet off the bench with 25 points, six
rebounds, three steals and three blocks for Phoenix, which trailed by as many
as 21 points late in the first half. Gerald Green made six treys en route to
19 points, and Marcus Morris netted 14.
The Suns' reserves outscored Denver's, 64-37.
Goran Dragic was one of just two Phoenix starters in double figures with 17
points. The Suns have won six of seven.
Wilson Chandler led a balanced Denver attack with 15 points. Randy Foye
dropped 14, while Ty Lawson and J.J. Hickson scored 13 points apiece. Hickson
added 14 rebounds while Lawson handed out eight assists.
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