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Phantasy Phix

Your Suns have split the first two of this four game road trip, falling at San Antonio before a 105-100 victory at Orlando on Wednesday. This weekend it's Brooklyn, then Cleveland, before returning home to welcome Golden State on Monday.

Who loves the Nets?

Gerald Green. Green's top scoring performance of the season to this point came against the Nets. In 26 minutes he hit 7 of 15 from the field and 11 of 12 from the line for 28 points in a Suns victory.

Who hates the Nets?

Eric Bledsoe. Bledsoe shot well, hitting four of five from the field, yet totaled just 11 points. Pair this with 7 turnovers, his second highest total of the season, and the first matchup was an underwhelming game for Bled.

Who loves the Cavaliers?

Markieff Morris. Morris was unstoppable in the first game against Cleveland. He poured in a season high 35, hitting 15 of 21 shots, a blistering 71%. His 7 rebounds wasn't too shabby either.

Who hates the Cavaliers?

Gerald Green. Totally non factor the first time around with Cleveland. Green failed to score a point, one of only three games he's been held scoreless this season.

Who loves the Suns?

Joe Johnson. There weren't may eye popping performances in the first Nets/Suns game, but Johnson was efficient. 21 points, five rebounds, and three assists in 37 minutes.

J.R. Smith. Smith scorched the Suns in his fourth games since being traded from the Knicks. He scored a season high 29 points, hitting 8 of 14 from behind the arc.

Who hates the Suns?

Jarrett Jack. Jack averages 12 points a game for the season, and scored 8 in the first meeting with Phoenix. What stands out is the 5 turnovers in 23 minutes.

Kyrie Irving. Arguably Irving's worst game of the season to this point came against Phoenix. Nine points, his third lowest total, and 8 turnovers, a season high, on January 13th.

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