San Antonio Spurs Rudy Gay (22) plays the winning basket at the end of the NBA basketball game against Phoenix Sun on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 in San Antonio. San Antonio won 126-124. (AP Photo / Darren Abate)
LaMarcus Aldridge had 29 points and 14 rebounds in San Antonio, which is 2-0 in four games, despite DeMar DeRozan playing without injuries. Gay finished with 16 points, five flights and five players.
The dog lost its 11th place in San Antonio, although Booker scored points in his season.
After the previous four games lost 23 points on average, Phoenix associates it with 19.6 seconds. Booker stole a pass from Marco Belinelli and fed Josh Jackson to the undisputed dunk to make it all 124.
With time, Gay was isolated and hit the sweater because the clock ended up helping San Antonio avoid confusion.
Entered Spurs allowed 109.7 points for the game, 13th for the NBA, and fought against the sun. Phoenix had six players in two numbers, 22 of which were Jamal Crawford.
The dog was 13-on-29 on three scores and shot 60 percent of the field to make the 12-point deficit almost triumph in the third quarter.
San Antonio went on a 14-2 ride, starting at the middle of third place, taking 94-82 lead. Phoenix picked up to 96-95, 106-105 in the middle and 119-118 in two minutes.
Spurs finished with seven players in double shots, including each starter. Davis Bertan was 18 points and Belinelli scored 17 points.
Sun: Phoenix's last win in San Antonio was February 27, 2013, when victory 105-101 was won by Jermaine O & # 39; Neal. . Rookie Center Deandre Ayton missed his sixth straight game with a left ankle.
Spurs: DeRozan plays his third straight with a painful left. This season he has missed four games in the last two weeks. . Belinelli was 4-on-7 on three scores to reach 1100 career trips in his 12th season. . Aldridge received a huge ovation after fighting with several players for a few bounces in the same possession after two three-point Bertans last quarter.
Sun: On Saturday evening (Sunday, PHL) take Atlanta Hawks.
Spurs: Stand Brooklyn Nets on Thursday evening (Friday, PHL time).