October 3, 2022 (Jack87 News) – The 2022-23 NBA preseason continues. The Phoenix Suns host the Adelaide 36ers in the Australian League asianbookie. After the game, the 36ers beat the Suns marking the history for the first time in six years that an NBA team has lost to a non-NBA team in a preseason game.
On the Suns side, DeAndre Ayton scored 22 points and 6 rebounds, Mikal Bridges scored 22 points and 7 rebounds, Devin Booker scored 13 points and 4 assists, Chris Paul scored 6 points and 12 assists, and Cameron scored 6 points and 12 assists.
On the 36ers side, Randle had 35 points, Franks had 32 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists, Cleveland had 22 points and 5 rebounds, Daniel Johnson had 15 points and 4 rebounds, McCarran had 4 points, 9 rebounds and 16 assists, and Kai Soto had 11 points and 2 rebounds bk8. Elsewhere, the 36ers made 24 threes.
The first quarter started with Booker making a layup to open up for the home team, then Ayton turned over and made a steady jumper. Despite an early aggression from the Suns, the 36ers did not show weakness. Daniel Johnson and Cleveland each one sealed a three-pointer that resulted to an early lead. Since then, the two sides have been attacking one after another. In the middle of this section, Paul fed Ayton and scored a layup. He has provided 6 assists personally, and the Suns also achieved a 20-14 lead in the score.
Subsequently, Phoenix Suns’ first five was replaced by the bench players. But the tide of battle was turned upside down. Seizing the opportunity for the Suns to make substitutions, the 36ers set off an offensive climax against the guests. Following the Philippines teenager Kai Soto on the bench, the 36ers temporarily took the lead 33-28 after the single quarter.
As soon as the second quarter started, Randall II found his touch. He hit three three-pointers in a row, widening the difference to double digits. In desperation, the home team can only start from scratch. Ayton continued to score on the inside, and Bridges’ dunks could also be 2+1 bk8 malaysia. Since then, the Suns has been in a passive chasing situation. Although Payne’s breakthrough shot and three-pointer boosted the morale of his team to some extent, at the end of this quarter, Franks made another three-pointer, and the 36ers entered the second half with a 12-point advantage 71-59.
Changing sides to fight again, the Suns increased their intensity on the defensive end. Bridges turned a hook shot and scored 2+1, chalking a personal score of 20, while Ayton scored the same 20+ on the inside storm. In addition, Paul’s personal attacking desire is also improving and his mid-range shooting killer move has begun to work. However, the 36ers responded calmly under the leadership of point guard McCarron. During the period, he sent a brilliant pass from the back of the head to help his teammates score. Following Kai Soto’s 2-for-2 free throws, the Suns continued to lag 90-96 after three quarters.
In the final quarter, Randle burst out again and hit three three-pointers in succession, and the difference returned to 10 points. On the Suns side, all the starters were replaced early. In the latter part of the final quarter, the 36ers continued to maintain their lead. Franks scored three points and scored 30. The suspense of winning or losing was completely killed. In the end, after the game was over, the 36ers beat the Suns 134-124 with a 24-for-43 shot from beyond the arc.