Undoubtedly, there is a certain amount of embarrassment at being placed on a poster at a professional basketball game in 2020. Is that fair? Maybe not.
As a child, a gigantic block received as much attention as a giant dump. It seems that this is no longer the case. So in that way, a challenge on the edge is high risk, low reward.
On Tuesday, during the Phoenix Suns “restart” dispute with the Toronto Raptors, Pascal Siakam caught up with Devin Booker on the edge.
Pascal Siakam was not rewarded.
Shame has to be reduced because there are no fans there to see it, right? Right.
“I think the underrated part of that,” Cam Johnson said later. “It was with the left of the right foot. She also had to catch the ball and turn to do it. It looks good, but it’s even harder than you think. “
It was a spectacular game for your Suns. Mikal Bridges was the bright star, but Booker was the best standout. Read more about what happened on Tuesday in the BSOTS recap. Just read it there. Don’t read it anywhere else.
We’re going to have at least eight games that count in Orlando, and most basketball speakers think that we’re only going to get eight games. Some of them are at weird times, so here is the next calendar so you can plan your cancellations properly.
- Fri, July 31 @ Washington 1:00 PM
- Sun, August 2 vs. Dallas 6:00 pm
- Tuesday, August 4 @ 1:00 PM
- Thu, Aug 6 vs Indiana 1:00 PM
- Saturday, August 8 @ Miami 4:30 PM
- Mon, Aug 10 vs Oklahoma City 11:30 am
- Tuesday, August 11 @ Philly 1:30 PM
- Thu, Aug 13 vs Dallas TBD
Bend Devin’s dunks? More wonderful Mikal masterpieces? Additional asinine alliteration?
Yes, yes and yes. Basketball of the Phoenix Suns that counts coming in less than 70 hours.