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Phantasy Phix

Your Suns get the best and worst of the Eastern Conference this weekend. Friday it's the top dog, the Atlanta Hawks. Sunday it's the cellar dwellers, a "basketball team" from New York. Phoenix has split the first two of this five game home stand, getting slapped around by Golden State before knocking off Minnesota.

Who loves the Hawks?

Eric Bledsoe. For his career Bledsoe shoots better than 48% from the field against Atlanta, but it's behind the arc where he shines. Bled hits 75% of his triples against the Hawks, easily his favorite opponent to face on the perimeter.

Who hates the Hawks?

The current Suns don't have a lot of experience against Atlanta, so lets say Marcus Morris. It's a stretch. Morris hit just one of his five three point attempts versus Atlanta last March.

Who loves the Knicks?

Markieff Morris. Morris shot 50% from the field in the first game, scoring 19 points and playing turnover free ball. Unfortunately he also received a technical foul, but that's just Markieff being Markieff.

Who hates the Knicks?

Gerald Green. At least Green knew when to stop shooting in this one. On December 20th, GG hit 3 of 9 from the field and 1 of 6 from behind the arc for 7 points in 18 minutes. He also committed a season high 6 turnovers.

Who loves the Suns?

Carmelo Anthony. Anthony scored 25 in game one, but more importantly ripped down 11 rebounds, tied for his season high.

DeMarre Carroll . Carroll scored 19 points, his fifth highest total of the season on 63% shooting against Phoenix last March.

Who hates the Suns?

Shelvin Mack. The last time Atlanta and Phoenix hooked up Mack hit just 2 of 9 shots, his worst shooting performance of last season when attempting more than 5 shots in a game.

Pablo Prigioni. Prigioni hit just 1 of 7 shots in the first matchup, and missed all five attempts from behind the arc, his worst three point shooting performance of the season.

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