The Suns failed in their opportunity to break over .500 Wednesday evening and now sit in third place in the Pacific at 4-5.
Phoenix has rebounded nicely from a 1-3 start but still has yet to post a winning record this season. They will get a chance to push the Lakers (3-5) further to the bottom though this Friday when they head out to Los Angeles.
As for the rest of the division, the Clippers (6-2) remain the king of the Pacific castle with Wednesday night's resounding 107-100 win over the Miami Heat to send a message to the rest of the conference.
The Golden State Warriors (4-4) are still continuing to turn some heads even in the absence of center Andrew Bogut, earning a tough 92-88 win over the Atlanta Hawks Wednesday.
The Sacramento Kings (2-6) have not been as fortunate when it comes to wins this season. After showing signs of hope and putting together a little two-game winning streak, the Kings have dropped three in a row.
Below are the complete divisional standings:
|Los Angeles Clippers||6||2||.750||0||Won 4|
|Golden State||4||4||.500||2||Won 1|
|Los Angeles Lakers||3||5||.375||3||Lost 1|
(updated 11.15.2012 at 5:39 PM MST)