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The Suns delivered a great game against the Hawks on Sunday to remind the nation that they are not out yet. The Phoenix team handed the Atlanta Hawks their first loss of the season, and moved forward with some great results. The game ended 118-114 after regulation time. With that, the Suns took the lead with a bit of vastly superior basketball. Football betting lines.

It was a collective effort by the Suns, who have been struggling a bit since Stoudemire was traded away. However, it looks like they have found their offensive edge, as they are starting to move forward. The Suns relied on a strong performance by Steve Nash, two time MVP, to lead them to victory. He came through with 19 points, 5 rebounds and 15 assist to help his team overcome the powerful Hawks. Basketball odds.

While this season has been bright for the Hawks, they were unable to win. Instead, they fell apart at the end against the Suns, who were just a bit better. Apparently, that was all it took. They pressed hard, taking the fight to the basket and battling it out with the hawks for superiority. In the end, it was the better team play by the Suns that prevailed. This is what they do the best. They have one of the best point guards in the nation, and he creates opportunities for his teammates to exploit at every possible chance. Nash has been delivering stunning results for the Suns for the past six seasons, and is looking to keep playing outstanding basketball this year, no matter what they need to do. Basketball spreads.

The Hawks were possibly stronger on the offensive, and certainly came in on the better record. However, they just fell slightly behind the Suns, and that was all the lead that the Phoenix team needed. Be sure and follow the rest of the season at

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