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No Nash, No Hill, No Win: Suns Lose 3rd Straight, Fall 110-103 In Final Game Of Homestand

The Suns embark on a five-game roadie having lost three straight.

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Phoenix Suns Vs. New Jersey Nets: TV Schedule, Lineups And More

The Phoenix Suns (4-6) were disappointed with their performance on Thursday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Now they will try and bounce back with no rest against the New Jersey Nets (2-9). The Nets are having their own issues this season, not the least of which is the broken foot of center Brook Lopez. The Suns, on paper, have the advantage in talent but the aging Steve Nash played over 35 minutes on Thursday and Grant Hill is questionable due to knee soreness.

In other words, there's plenty of reasons to think the Phoenix Suns won't win this game. Then again, there's no reason to think they won't. Or something like that.

The Nets have the great Deron Williams and then there's the most hated player in the NBA (according to fans of reality TV) Kris Humphries. Then it gets sketchy fast.

Projected lineups:

TV Broadcast info:

The game tips at 7:00 p.m. Arizona time and will be broadcast on TV on Fox Sports Arizona and on radio at Arizona Sports 620. Live game thread will be available at Bright Side of the Sun.

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Key to the Game:

The last two games that the Suns have lost they have also lost the rebounding battle, and if they are hoping to change things tonight I believe it will start on the glass. Aside from Kris Humphries who has been playing very well in his post-Kardashian career, the Nets don't have another player averaging more than 5 rebounds a game.

The Nets are averaging 39.8 rebounds a game while the Suns are averaging 42.1. While this certainly isn't a huge advantage, it shows that the Suns are more than capable of winning in this category tonight.

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