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Topic - Gerald Green
The plan seemed simple to outsiders when the Phoenix Suns' season began.
Disgusted by his turnover that sent the Pelicans off on a fast break, Eric Bledsoe chased the play vigorously, darting into a passing lane just in time to intercept Austin Rivers' pass toward the left wing.
After victories over Portland and Oklahoma City, the Phoenix Suns have cemented their status as the NBA's most surprising team.
For the 41st game in a row, Kevin Durant scored at least 25 points. Not even Michael Jordan ever did that.
Once Gerald Green gets going, he doesn't think he can be stopped.
Gerald Green is back from the kind of "vacation" that no NBA player likes to take.
What was supposed to be the triumphant return of Eric Bledsoe for Phoenix instead was an ugly home loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Gerald Green came to the NBA straight from high school with an abundance of raw talent that never translated into a big-time pro career.
Gerald Green scored 25 of his career-high 41 points in the third quarter and the Phoenix Suns erased a 16-point deficit to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 128-122 on Thursday night.
The Phoenix Suns might be excused for their defensive lapses. They were putting most of their energy into a record-setting offensive display.
The Phoenix Suns were worn out from an overtime victory in Denver the previous night. The Boston Celtics hadn't played since the All-Star break.
In foul trouble early, Gerald Green spent much of the first half stewing on the bench. He spent the rest of the game making up for lost playing time.
LeBron James almost never has two bad games in a row.
Goran Dragic had a special person he wanted to impress.
As one of the NBA's elite teams, the Indiana Pacers have a target on their backs.
"It's all or nothing right now," Green said. "We don't have a month left to try and make up. We only got a few more games, so it's win or go home for us."
Morrow capped the spurt with a transition 3 and a technical free throw after Green argued with officials over a foul call.