Nets Vs. Suns (Nov. 6) Game Preview: Time Start, Channel, Players To Watch
Tuesday’s matchup will start at 9 p.m. EST and will air on YES Network and Fox Sports Arizona.
Brooklyn (4-6) is ninth in the Eastern Conference and has won two of its last three games against Philadelphia and Detroit. The Nets lost to the Houston Rockets 119-111 at home on Friday.
Meanwhile, the Suns (2-7) are 14th in the Western Conference. Phoenix last beat the Memphis Grizzlies 102-100 at home on Sunday, a victory that snapped a seven-game losing streak. Devin Booker made two contest jump-shots in the final moments of Sunday’s matchup, as well as the game-winner with 1.7 seconds left.
The Nets will miss Treveon Graham on Tuesday due to a lingering hamstring injury, and fellow forward DeMarre Carroll is questionable with an ankle injury. Caroll missed the first ten games of the season.
For Phoenix, forward T.J. Warren — who missed Sunday’s contest — is listed as day-to-day with back spasms.
Trevor Ariza will be the main Suns player to watch. Ariza has struggled this season, but Tuesday could finally be his night. The former Rockets small forward boasts a long record of playing in post-season games.
Veteran Suns center DeAndre Jordan received a buyout from the team on Monday.