Jermaine O'Neal Goaltending a Buzzer-Beater Is All You Need to Know About the Suns' Season
Haven't been paying attention to the Phoenix Suns this year? Don't worry, one play from Tuesday night's game against the Houston Rockets is all you need to know about to have a clear picture of how this season is going.
That play involved Suns center Jermaine O'Neal getting called for goaltending on James Harden's buzzer-beating three-point attempt, when the game was tied at 98.
With that, the Suns have now lost 10 games in a row, maintaining their comfortable spot in last place in the Western Conference.
Their last victory was against the Los Angeles Lakers on March 18, when Kobe Bryant sat out.
Goran Dragic leads the team in points, assists, and steals, and Marcin Gortat leads the team in rebounds and blocks.
The last time the team won a game on the road was in February.
Seriously, Jermaine O'Neal's goaltending is all you need to know.
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