Royce O’Neale Professionally Explains Why Big 3 Of Kevin Durant, Devin Booker, Bradley Beal Are Glued

The Phoenix Suns are now sixth in the Western Conference standings, but on paper they appear to be a much stronger squad. With a powerhouse three of Kevin Durant, Devin Booker, and Bradley Beal capable of taking over the game offensively, the Suns should have little trouble scoring.

Phoenix Suns' Big 3 of Kevin Durant, Devin Booker and Bradley Beal play  together for the first time... but they fall short against the Brooklyn  Nets with old boys Mikal Bridges and

The Phoenix Suns’ trio poses a significant threat to the rest of the league

They become an even greater menace when they are unselfish, as Royce O’Neale pointed out Monday night after the Phoenix Suns’ 117-111 away win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

“Impressive. They take turns or keep going for the hot guy.”

Royce O’Neale discusses playing with Devin Booker, Kevin Durant, and Bradley Bea as the Big Three combined for 88 points.The Suns won against the Cavs on Monday to start a four-game road trip.

Durant led the Phoenix Suns’ offense with 37 points on 14/26 shooting against the Cavs. When he wasn’t tearing apart the Cavs’ defense, Booker and Beal were taking turns pummeling Cleveland, finishing with 27 and 24 points, respectively.

The Suns are still learning how to play together, especially their Big Three. Injuries have cost Phoenix several games where Durant, Booker, and Beal could have played together, but they’re all healthy now and hoping to build their relationship as the 2024 NBA playoffs near.

Although they are just 15th in the league with 26.5 assists per game and 17th with 0.624 assists per field goal made, they are doing an excellent job at passing the ball. They are all extremely great individually, with Durant, Booker, and Beal being the best at making their own shots. The Suns also rank sixth overall, with a 56.3 effective field goal percentage.

With so much skill on their starting lineup thanks to Durant, Booker, and Beal, the Suns will be a challenge for anybody they face in the playoffs.

 

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