NBA schedule: Suns set for a back-to-back this weekend

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Phoenix will be in action on both Saturday and Sunday, beginning with a Saturday game against Portland.

The Phoenix Suns will be back on the court this weekend for two games. The Suns are currently riding a four-game winning streak.

The Suns are off Friday, but travel to Portland to face the Blazers on Saturday. Like Phoenix, Portland has been playing well lately. It has also had the benefit of playing at home as Saturday's game will be Portland's sixth straight home game.

Immediately after Saturday's game, the Suns head back home for a game against the streaking Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday. The Clippers are riding an 11-game winning streak heading into their game against Sacramento on Friday. Los Angeles is now No. 2 in the Western Conference, trailing only the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Suns are 9-5 at home this season.

In addition to the Clippers, Phoenix trails Golden State and the Lakers in the Pacific Division. The Warriors and Lakers will play each other on Saturday. That game and the rest of the NBA schedule can be found at Sports Illustrated.

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