Free Porn
xbporn
HomeBasketball TodayVogel Vows to Outshine Celtics in Battle for Dominance

Vogel Vows to Outshine Celtics in Battle for Dominance

advertisement

Suns looked like a much inferior team to the Boston Celtics, who made 25 threes in a 15-point home win Thursday.

The Phoenix Suns looked like an inferior team to the Boston Celtics, the best team in the NBA, in their 127-112 loss at TD Garden Thursday night. The Suns kept the game close until the second quarter, when Boston went on a 6-2 run that opened up a 12-point third-quarter victory.

Phoenix was obliterated by the Celtics for the rest of the game. Boston led by as many as 19 in the third. It shot 25-of-50 from 3-point range while the Suns relied on mid-range jumpers to try and shoot their way back in the game.

Suns coach Frank Vogel knows there’s a difference between the teams, he said to AZCentral.

“We’re just not quite where they are yet,” Vogel said. “And that’s the key word: yet.”

Vogel’s comments contradict that of majority owner Mat Ishbia, who said in October the team he felt was the best in the NBA. The Suns have since traded four rotation players for two new pieces and acquired a player at the trade deadline.

“Obviously, we got to play it out,” said Ishbia.

The Suns have championship expectations. But in the two games against the Celtics, they looked like they have trouble to overcome problems plaguing them for most of the season.

Read also:   Triple Threat: Celtics' Tatum, Brown, Porzingis Injury News for Pistons Matchup

Phoenix on Thursday instead shot 11-of-31 from 3-point range. Bench player Royce O’Neale was 0-of-7 from the field and 0-of-5 from three.

The Suns’ Big 3 with Kevin Durant, Devin Booker and Bradley Beal combined for just 65 points.

“We’re going to get where they are at,” Vogel says.

The Suns play the Charlotte Hornets Friday at 4 p.m. PT. The game is televised by Arizona’s Family.

Trevor Booth_headshot

About the Author

Trevor Booth is a beat writer covering the Phoenix Suns, in addition to working as an associate editor. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism from Arizona State University in 2021. Booth is passionate about his faith, video games, sports with friends and making the most of his time with his girlfriend when he’s not working.


advertisement


Source link
advertisement

RELATED ARTICLES
advertisement

Also Read