NBA scores: Suns comeback from 26 point deficit at home

David Richard-US PRESSWIRE

The Phoenix Suns pulled off their largest comeback at home in franchise history, coming back from a 26 point deficit to defeat the visiting Cleveland Cavaliers

The Phoenix Suns improved to 3-3 on the season with their 107-105 victory over the visiting Cleveland Cavaliers at US Airways Center. The victory will be one fans remember for some time, as the Suns came back from down 26 points to defeat the young and talented Cleveland Cavaliers.

The 26 point comeback victory was the largest home comeback in Suns franchise history and the third largest in franchise history. Goran Dragic led the way, scoring 26 points and handing out four assists while Shannon Brown and Sebastian Telfair contributed 22 and 13 points off of the bench, respectively.

Elsewhere in the Pacific division, the Los Angeles Lakers battled the Golden State Warriors at the Staples Center in the Lakers' first game since the firing of head coach Mike Brown. The Lakers responded with a 101-77 victory over the Warriors.

The Sacramento Kings also played on Friday, but were overwhelmed by the visiting San Antonio Spurs, falling 97-86 at home. Jason Thompson scored 17 points and collected six rebounds for the Kings.

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