119-112.Booker keeps the suns unbeatable against decimated heat; Blonde, 10 rebounds

Miami Heat striker Bam Adebayo misses a dunk against the Phoenix Suns today during the second half of the NBA basketball game between the Phoenix Suns and the Miami Heat at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Kissimmee, Florida ( USA). EFE / Erik S. Lesser (EFEI0342 /)

Lake Buena Vista (Florida, USA), August 8 (EFE) .- Hispanic guard Devin Booker was once again the top scorer for the Phoenix Suns who defeated the decimated Miami Heat 119-112 this Saturday and they remained undefeated in the bubble that NBA established in Orlando to restart the regular season.
Reserve guard Jevon Carter scored 20 points, his best of the season, scoring six of eight attempts at 3 points and the Suns made a perfect 5-0 record.
Rookie striker Cameron Johnson hit two 3s in the first half, becoming the fastest player to hit 100 3s in the team’s history.
While Spanish point guard Ricky Rubio once again did a great job of contributing seven points, 10 rebounds, second best of the Suns in the painting, and distributed eight assists, leader of the team.
The El Masnou player played 29 minutes in which he scored 3 of the 9 field shots, including a triple, and did not go to the personal line.
Rubio captured eight defensive rebounds, recovered a ball, lost three, placed a block and received three personal fouls.
Bahamas center Deandre Ayton ended as the leader of the Suns home game with an 18-point double-double and 12 rebounds.
Miami is currently in fourth place in the Eastern Conference standings and has striker Duncan Robinson and novice point guard Tyler Herro as its best scorers, contributing 25 points each.
The Suns continued to thrive as the only team undefeated and the biggest surprise in the Disney bubble.
Phoenix started the restart schedule with the second worst record of the 22 teams on the field and the worst record of the Western Conference.
The Suns played as serious playoff contenders. Led by Booker, Phoenix had victories over Washington, Dallas, Los Angeles Clippers and Indiana before taking on Miami. The Suns entered Saturday’s schedule just two and a half games behind eighth place, Memphis Grizzlies.
Robinson’s three free throws reduced the Suns lead to 115-112, before center Bam Adebayo was penalized for intervening in a Booker kick.
The analysis 11.2 seconds from the end confirmed the correct signaling of the interference and the Suns increased the advantage to five points.
The Heat continued with significant casualties from players like Slovenian point guard Goran Dragic (sprained left ankle), who lost his second straight game.
Guard Jimmy Butler (pain in his right ankle) lost his third game in a row and novice point guard Kendrick Nunn and Nigerian striker KZ Okpala were excluded for personal reasons.

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