Jevon Carter Limited in Suns Win

Christopher Hall

Heading into game three of the NBA bubble, Jevon Carter was averaging 6.5 points and three assists and a steal in 26.5 minutes.

Jevon made his first appearance in the game with 38.1 seconds left in the first quarter and played six first-half minutes, checking out at the midway point of the second quarter. Carter wouldn't come back into the game until the start of the fourth quarter. Carter only saw 11 minutes of action against the Clippers but grabbed a steal and dished an assist.

Devin Booker hit a mid-range jumper from the wing as time expired in the Suns 117-115 win pushing Phoenix to 3-0 in the NBA restart.

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Comments (4)
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PrincessP
PrincessP

Like that olds beer commercial said: 'Some days are better than others.'
I'mma SURE JC will endeavor to persevere.

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Christopher Hall
Christopher Hall

Editor

I'm a firm believer the reason the Suns needed the buzzer-beater is because JC didn't play enough minutes. They also need to find ways to get him more shots too because he can hit shots, especially coming off a screen.

PrincessP
PrincessP

Totally agree. 11 stinking minutes is barely enough time to warm up !! The "Me First" attitude is gonna kill this team & JC has ALWAYS been a total team player.

Christopher Hall
Christopher Hall

Editor

I actually feel like the Suns are playing as a team that's why they are having success in the bubble. But, to sustain success they're gonna have to use every weapon in their arsenal and JC harassing players the length of the floor wears on teams.