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A road trip to San Antonio then Memphis is up next for your Suns. Below are the players to watch out for, names that should definitely be in your fantasy lineup, and names to avoid. Here's the link to join this week's exclusive SB Nation FanDuel tournament. Leave your lineup in the comments and brag about your GM skills with #FanDuelSBN.

Phantasy Phix

Not a bad run for Phoenix. Winners of four in a row, they're halfway through a four game road trip. After wins against Milwaukee and Minnesota however, things get a lot tougher this weekend. Memphis holds the league's fourth best record while San Antonio is presently the seven seed in the West. The Phoenix four game winning streak is the second longest in the conference behind only Golden State (5).

Who loves the Spurs?

Alex Len. Other Suns put up bigger scoring numbers, but Len made the most of his touches. 4 of 6 from the field for 10 points to go with 11 rebounds, tied for his season high. The 31 minutes Len played against San Antonio on October 31st are his most against any opponent this season.

Who hates the Spurs?

Eric Bledsoe. He didn't have his best shooting night the first time Phoenix play the Spurs. His 12 points on 3 of 15 attempts was his worst night shooting the rock when taking more than 11 shots this season.

Who loves the Grizzlies?

Markieff Morris. Kieff's best shooting performance against a Western Conference foe not named the Sacramento Kingscame November 5th against the Grizzlies. Morris shot 8 of 13 from the field for 20 points in the loss.

Who hates the Grizzlies?

Goran Dragic. His 6 points on 3 of 9 shooting was his lowest point total of the season. Though in fairness, it was one of just four games in which The Dragon had attempted 9 or fewer shots. Dragic added 3 assists in 25 minutes.

Who loves the Suns?

Tim Duncan. Efficient as ever, Timmy shot 6 of 11 for 16 points to go with 9 boards. Someone, miraculously, Duncan managed to play 30 minutes with committing a foul. It truly is a basketball miracle.

Mike Conley. Conley had arguably his top game against a Western Conference opponent this season against the Suns. In the win he shot 9 of 14 for 24 points to go with 11 assists in just 29 minutes of work.

Who hates the Suns?

Danny Green. Completely disappeared in his first game against the Suns. 1 of 5 from the field, 1 of 4 from behind the arc, 3 points, 22 minutes.

Quincy Pondexter. Five games this season Pondexter has attempt at least 8 shots from the field. His worst performance came against the Suns. Pondexter shot 2 of 8 for 7 points in 26 minutes.

Last Call

So get on it. Go put together the perfect lineup. Here's the link one more time for you. Be sure to use #FanDuelSBN to show off what you know. Exclusive tournament tonight!

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