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Your Suns get Utah and Sacramento this weekend. The first game against Utah was an ugly one as the Suns were run out of the building on November 1st, 118-91. Phoenix has split a pair against Sacramento falling in double OT in game one, 114-112, before taking the second matchup 115-106 in SacTown.
Who loves the Jazz?
Marcus Morris. Morris was one of the few bright spots for Phoenix in the first game against Utah. Marcus hit 5 of 8 shots for 12 points, and his .625 shooting percentage is his third highest when taking 8 or more shots this season.
Who hates the Jazz?
Goran Dragic. There was plenty of blame to go around in Utah, but The Dragon was especially underwhelming. Dragic scored just 10 points on 5 of 13 shooting, including 0 of 4 from the behind the arc, to go with a single assist and a pair of turnovers.
Who loves the Kings?
Markieff Morris. Morris has a pair of solid games against the Kings this season under his belt. In game one he scored 16 points on 7 of 11 shooting, in game two he went for 18 on 8 of 11. Both games fall into the top six shooting nights of the season for Morris.
Who hates the Kings?
Gerald Green. Sacramento is the only Western Conference opponent Green has failed to score in double digits against the season. In November he contributed 6, in December he scored 7.
Who loves the Suns?
Derrick Favors. The top scoring performance of the season for Favors came against the Suns. His 32 points were complimented by 9 rebounds and he did not commit a turnover in 30 minutes.
DeMarcus Cousins. Cousins missed the second matchup against Phoenix but had a monster game in the first. 25 points to go with 18 rebounds, his third highest total of the season.
Who hates the Suns?
Trey Burke. Sometimes Burke doesn't know when to stop shooting, and the first game against Phoenix was no exception. His 3 of 12 night from the field was his second worst of the season when attempting more than 10 shots.
Rudy Gay. His second game against the Suns wasn't terrible, 16 points on 7 of 15 shooting, but it doesn't make up for his first game. Gay shot a frosty 5 of 22 from the field and 1 of 6 from behind the arc for 11 points, his fourth lowest total of the season.
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