Red hot Suns demolish determined Spurs
Phoenix Suns superstar point-guard Steve Nash (with ball) was spectacular in his team's victory against the San Antonio Spurs in game four of their best of seven NBA Western Conference semi-final series.
After years of waiting, the red hot Phoenix Suns finally took revenged on the San Antonio Spurs who booted them out in the National Basketball Association playoffs four times in the past.
This time around, the Suns did not only get back on the Spurs but do it with impunity as they sweep the NBA Western Conference powerhouse team 4-0 in their best of seven NBA Western Conference semi-final series.
Suns superstar point-guard Steve Nash scored 20 points to lead his team in a 107-101 victory over the Spurs in game four at the home-floor of the latter.
Nash was all-business all night-long as he scored 10 of his total points in the fourth quarter despite a swollen right eye caused by a wayward elbow from Spurs superstar center Tim Duncan.
The superstar point-guard who was energized further by his slight injury is very happy with their win and looking forward in facing the Los Angeles Lakers or Utah Jazz in the NBA Western Conference finals.
The Suns team was very determined in the game as they battle the Spurs toe to toe at the home-floor of the latter so that they can finally overcome their past debacle against them which started in 2003.
He said the team is now ready to face any of the Los Angeles Lakers or Jazz and is very determined to be declared as the NBA champion this year.
Aside from Nash, Suns superstar power forward Amare Stoudemire also played big for his team as he scored 29 points amids the tough defence put up by Duncan and the rest of the Spurs team.
Spurs peppery guard Tony Parker who lead his team in a losing cause with 22 points is sad and happy with their loss.
Parker said he is sad that they lose but also happy for the Suns for their win and the chance to compete for the Western Conference finals.
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