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FanDuel info for Phoenix Suns vs. Cleveland Cavaliers

T. J. Warren loves the Cavs.

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Phantasy Phix!

Holy mackerel this is bad. The Suns have lost a lot. Including a loss to the 76ers, which should count as three losses. Two top assistants were fired, and unless something changes immediately, Jeff Hornacek is headed out the door. Cavs are good, tops in the Eastern Conference.

Who loves the Cavaliers?

T.J. Warren. Warren has played just 12 minutes against the Cavaliers in his short career, but he made the most of them. Last March he scored 8 points on 4 of 5 shooting and pulled down 5 rebounds against Cleveland.

Who hates the Cavaliers?

P.J. Tucker. Tucker hits just 36% of his shots from the field against the Cavs, his lowest against any Eastern Conference opponent.

Who loves the Suns?

Tristan Thompson. Last time Thompson faced Phoenix he had one of his top games of the 2014-15 season. On March 7th, he scored 15 points on 6 of 9 shooting and pulled down 12 rebounds in 28 minutes.

Who hates the Suns?

Kevin Love. Love connects on 37% of his shots from the field against Phoenix, his lowest shooting percentage against any team in the Association.

Last Call

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