These Mavericks vs Suns games are highly entertaining and I think we are seeing a budding rivalry here. Both teams have a young core playing similar positions. They matchup against each other well and both teams are gunning for their spotlight in the postseason. If these two teams meet for a seven-game series, it may become one of those classic, hard-fought matchups.
The Arizona Cardinals have buckled up and are still in control of their own destiny. With a stressful win against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, the Cardinals have further distanced themselves from 2 teams at their heels. The Chicago Bears and the Minnesota Vikings. However, there can’t be any relaxation from the Cardinals just yet. With two games remaining, a lot can still change and leave the Cardinals on the outside looking in.
The Phoenix Suns hosted the defending “champion” Los Angeles Lakers last night in their 3rd of 4 preseason contests. The Suns would ultimately come up short, losing 112-107, led by Lebron James and Anthony Davis combining for 21 points with Kyle Kuzma netting 23 points on the night.
The Arizona Cardinals have gotten back on track, winning their latest game against the then NFC-East leading Giants last Sunday. Other games around the league helped the Cardinals cause as well with the Vikings losing to Tampa Bay and the 49ers losing to the Washington Football Team. As the season comes to a close, the playoff picture will become more and more clear. Until then, Kazual Sportz is here to breakdown the numerous possibilities leading up to the playoffs.
The Phoenix Suns have made some rather large moves in a short offseason. Trading fan favorites Kelly Oubre Jr and Ricky Rubio, Signing veteran Jae Crowder and bringing in perennial All-Star Chris Paul. The presence of these moves have already been felt around the league, teams are taking notice.