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“Oklahoma City head coach Scott Brooks didn’t start with a breakdown on how Eric Bledsoe picks teams apart. He didn’t opt for emphasis on the lethal pick-and-pops executed by Goran Dragic and Channing Frye. Less than two hours before tip-off at Phoenix, Brooks’ main concern was Gerald Green, a guy who is playing for his seventh NBA team in nine years.
“He has length; he has athleticism to get to the basket,” Brooks said. “He has three-point shooting. He’s always moving around looking for his shot, so we have to make sure that we always know where he is. We can’t let him get going, ‘cause once you let a guy get going, it’s hard to turn him off.”
“The Suns picked up one of the biggest wins of their season against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday night, knocking off the second best team in the West 122-115. Goran Dragic entered dragon mode in the second quarter, scoring 19 points in the period and finishing with a team best 26 points. Gerald Green got red hot in the second half and scored 17 of his 24 points. But the player of the game for the Suns was P.J. Tucker.”