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Good homestand? Good home stand. That's four in a row for your Suns since returning to Phoenix, and there's no reason to doubt the winning will continue this weekend. First will be a measure of revenge against Houston, before getting the first win of the season against the Clippers. You need the info to put together a top fantasy lineup though, and we've got that for you.
Who loves the Rockets?
P.J. Tucker. Tucker excelled in the first game against the Rockets when the performances from the rest of the Suns were fairly underwhelming. P.J. hit 6 of 12 shots for 15 points to go along with 8 rebounds.
Who hates the Rockets?
Markieff Morris. Yikes. Morris had arguably his worst game of the season against the Rockets. Scratch that, it was definitely his worst game. 2 of 14 from the field for 4 points in 30 minutes.
Who loves the Clippers?
Alex Len. Two of Len's top four scoring nights on the season came against Los Angeles. 7 of 11 for 17 the first time around, 6 of 11 for 14 in December. Len also averages 9 rebounds a game against the Clippers.
Who hates the Clippers?
Marcus Morris. Against teams which Morris has attempted more than 9 shots, Los Angeles is his least favorite opponent of the season. 5 of 18 for a .278 clip through two matchups.
Who loves the Suns?
Donatas Motiejunas. Motiejunas had one of his four double-doubles this season against Phoenix. 7 of 12 from the field for 16 points to go with 11 rebounds.
Chris Paul. In the first game against the Suns, Paul hit what is still his top point total of the season so far, 32 points and 9 assists. The second time around CP3 didn't shoot nearly as well, but managed 20 points with 10 dimes.
Who hates the Suns?
James Harden. It's remarkable Houston was able to take the first matchup with Harden playing so poorly. His 5 of 21 (.238) shooting performance was his worst of this season when attempting more than 8 shots.
Jamal Crawford. Crawford has put up a pair of clunkers against Phoenix. Nine points in both games, shooting 28% from the field in the first, 30% from the field in the second.
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