Suns Lose in Nash's Probable Last Game

Suns Lose in Nash's Probable Last Game

The Suns fell to the Spurs in their home finale on Wednesday. The final was 110-106 and many were there to watch Steve Nash who may be playing in his last game for the Suns at home. The Suns have been up and down all season and been unpredictable in games throughout the year. The team has had issues with consistency, which is the main reason they were unable to secure one of the final playoff spots. Overall they are an even 33-33 on the season while their home record drops to 19-14.

 

Brown led the Suns in scoring with 21. Gortat finished the game with 10 rebounds as well while Nash contributed with 7 assists. The Suns got out to an early lead in the first as they outscored the Spurs 29-26. The Spurs then came back to take the second quarter 32-24 however. The Suns then tied the game up at the end of the third before being outscored 28-24 in the fourth, which resulted in the 4-point loss.

The Spurs winning ways continue as the team is now 49-16 on the year. The win also improves their road record to 21-11. The Spurs were a bit up and down in the contest, but did score 25 plus points in three of the games four quarters. They were led by Mills who scored 27 points in the contest. Blair also contributed to the win with 8 rebounds while Jackson got 6 assists to lead all Spurs. Time will tell if Nash has played his last, but it is easy to say he did it always with class.