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2015 Summer League Gamethread: Phoenix Suns vs. Utah Jazz

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The Suns look to bounce back after a bad loss to Houston on Sunday.

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

It's the dream of every Suns fan to have a winning regular season in NBA Summer League play. Tonight that dream can become a reality.

Phoenix enters Tuesday's game against Utah 1-1 after a Saturday win against the Washington Wizards and a Sunday loss to the Houston Rockets. Win or lose, I think many Suns fans will be happy just to see a couple of sweet Devin Booker three-pointers. The number 13 pick in the draft is 0-8 from behind the arc through two games. The purple and orange:

  • #1 Devin Booker
  • #10 Alec Brown
  • #4 Justin Carter
  • #20 Archie Goodwin
  • #81 Luke Harangody
  • #32 Justin Harper
  • #55 Josh Harrellson
  • #16 Mike James
  • #21 Alex Len
  • #31 Mickey McConnell
  • #8 Jerel McNeal
  • #12 T.J. Warren

The Utah Jazz opened up Summer League play on Saturday, falling to the Miami Heat 82-79. The Jazz got 28 points from Bryce Cotton in the losing effort. Last night Utah built a 14 point halftime lead over the Minnesota Timberwolves and never looked back in a 91-82 win. Jared Cunningham led Utah with 17 points in 14 minutes. The bad guys:

  • #45 Jack Cooley
  • #8 Bryce Cotton
  • #74 Jared Cunningham
  • #11 Dante Exum
  • #21 Olivier Hanlan
  • #5 Rodney Hood
  • #17 Grant Jerrett
  • #23 Chris Johnson
  • #81 JaJuan Johnson
  • #41 Trey Lyles
  • #72 Jesse Morgan
  • #80 Brock Motum
  • #82 J.J. O'Brien
  • #64 Levi Randolph
  • #73 Wesley Saunders

You can catch the Suns and Jazz at 7:30p ET on NBATV. For five bucks you can stream all NBA Summer League action with NBA Summer League Live.