PHOENIX - NOVEMBER 15: Hedo Turkoglu #19 of the Phoenix Suns high fives teammate Josh Childress #1 after scoring and drawing a foul against the Denver Nuggets during the NBA game at US Airways Center on November 15 2010 in Phoenix Arizona. The Suns defeated the Nuggets 100-94. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that by downloading and or using this photograph User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Nuggets Vs. Suns: Phoenix Continues Domination Over Denver At Home, Wins 100-94

The Phoenix Suns outplayed the Denver Nuggets over the second half of the game to erase a 14-point deficit and win by six, 100-94.

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Nuggets Vs. Suns: Phoenix Overcomes Denver In Second Half, Sends Denver To Another Loss, 100-94

Carmelo Anthony’s 20 points and new career-high 22 rebounds were not enough to help the Denver Nuggets end their six-year losing streak in Phoenix on Monday night. The Suns defeated the Nuggets, 100-94. Despite a 58-46 lead at halftime, the Nuggets scored only 36 points in the second half and allowed the Suns to score 54 points.

After shooting 50 percent at halftime, the Nuggets fell to 41.6 percent at the end of the game and only made three three-pointers on 17 shots. They allowed 12 points off of 16 turnovers, while the Suns allowed seven points on 10 turnovers.

Shelden Williams was the only starter to not score in double-digits, but he did pull down eight rebounds. Arron Afflalo scored 15 points and pulled down seven boards in 41 minutes on the court, the most on the team.

Gary Forbes took the place of J.R. Smith, who did not play at all Monday night, but had a negligible impact on the game.

Hakim Warrick led the Suns with 21 points, while Steve Nash scored 15 points, collected four rebounds and made seven assists. Hedot Turkoglu finished with nine points, seven rebounds and three assists. He led the Suns well during the fourth quarter, taking control of the pace of the Suns’ game.

The Nuggets are now 5-5 on the season and will host the New York Knicks on Tuesday night.


Nuggets Vs. Suns: Denver Leads Phoenix At Halftime, 58-46

The Denver Nuggets look like a team ready to take their first victory in Phoenix in over six years, leading the Suns 58-46 at halftime. Al Harrington leads the Nuggets with 11 points, five rebounds and four assists in 18 minutes off the bench. Carmelo Anthony has nine points and 11 rebounds, and Nene has added 11 points.

Gary Forbes has received playing time J.R. Smith, who has not entered the game yet, usually gets.

As a team the Nuggets are shooting 50 percent from the field and have 32 rebounds. The Phoenix Suns, however, are at only 34.7 percent shooting and 23 rebounds. Grant Hill leads the Suns with 10 points, while Steve Nash has chipped in nine points, three assists, two rebound, one steal and a block.

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