Nets come back from 21-point halftime deficit, beat Suns for 4th straight victory

PHOENIX — Call them the third-quarter Nets. Brooklyn trailed the Suns in Phoenix by 21 entering halftime of its second game in two nights, looking fatigued and out of sorts defensively as Devin Booker and Deandre Ayton had their way. In the third quarter, the Nets seized momentum, outscoring the Suns by nine. And in the fourth quarter, they sealed the deal, holding the Suns to below 25 in the period to secure a dramatic 128-124 victory — their fourth in a row. It was the second straight game the Nets have secured victory by playing defense in the third quarter. Brooklyn beat the Sacramento Kin…

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