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April 02, 2007

Suns 126 - Mavs 104

The Phoenix Suns destroyed the Mavs defense yesterday at US Airways Center.

Sunday brought the sunny side. Phoenix set an NBA high and a US Airways Center record with 64.8 percent shooting in a 126-104 showpiece victory against the Dallas Mavericks.

The Suns rose up again and showed they can beat any team, knocking off the 61-12 Mavericks for the second time in the past 18 days. That ability to lift their games on demand comes in awfully handy when they play only the best in the postseason.

The Suns were unstoppable. The most impressive performance of the year, although the game failed to live up to the hype of being the leagues two best teams.

It is playoff time and the crowd came alive unlike most of the games this season. And I think it helped. The Suns have played like the games are meaningless the last month despite winning 15 of 20 games since the All-Star Break and the crowd has really followed suit.

As you can tell, ski season is winding down and the NBA playoffs are coming. As was the case last year, the site will probably have more and more basketball info since that is how I spend May and hopefully June this year.

Oh, yeah, and in case anyone wondered, that is what an MVP plays like. Dirk went 6 of 18 and scored 21, while Nash was brilliant. That is two straight matchups head to head where Nash has come out on top and shows why he deserves a third straight MVP.

Posted by Justin at April 2, 2007 09:42 AM