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Phoenix faces Cleveland after Booker’s 52-point performance

Phoenix faces the Cleveland Cavaliers following Devin Booker’s impressive 52-point performance in the Phoenix Suns’ 124-111 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans.

At home, the Suns hold a record of 22-14 and rank eighth in the Western Conference for opponent scoring, limiting rivals to just 114.1 points per game while maintaining a defensive field goal percentage of 46.4%.

On the road, the Cavaliers have achieved a commendable 22-16 record. Cleveland stands eighth in the Eastern Conference with an average of 43.5 rebounds per game, led by Jarrett Allen’s impressive 10.6 rebounds per game.

Phoenix boasts an offensive prowess, scoring an average of 116.8 points per game, which is 7.0 points higher than the Cavaliers’ average points allowed (109.8). Moreover, the Cavaliers excel in three-point shooting, averaging 13.6 made three-pointers per game, slightly more than the Suns allow.

This matchup marks the second encounter between the two teams this season, with the Suns emerging victorious in the previous meeting with a score of 117-111 on March 11, fueled by Kevin Durant’s 37-point performance.

Key players to watch include Devin Booker, shooting at 49.6% and averaging 27.4 points for the Suns, and Jarrett Allen, contributing 16.4 points and 10.6 rebounds per game for the Cavaliers.

In their last ten games, the Suns have maintained a record of 6-4, with an average of 115.5 points per game, while the Cavaliers have gone 4-6, averaging 106.3 points per game.

In terms of injuries, the Suns list Grayson Allen as day-to-day due to a hip issue, while Damion Lee remains sidelined with a knee injury. For the Cavaliers, Craig Porter Jr., Ty Jerome, Donovan Mitchell, Dean Wade, and Isaac Okoro are all out with various injuries.

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