The Phoenix Suns are surprisingly the tenth seeded team in the Western Conference but since the NBA Season restarted, they are on a five-win streak. Their match-up against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday, August 10, 2020, is not very likely to end in defeat.
Even though the Suns need to progress two spots up and displace both the Portland Trail Blazers and the Memphis Grizzlies, we have every reason to believe that this is quite feasible.
Meanwhile, the Oklahoma City Thunder have had a bit of a patchy track record, with the team winning against the LA Lakers, but losing in a close game against the Denver Nuggets. If we had to choose a team to bet on, we would go with the Phoenix Suns.
Where and When to Watch Phoenix Suns vs Oklahoma City Thunder?
Here is a quick overview of where and when you can watch the upcoming game between the Phoernix Suns and Oklahoma City Thunder.
- Date: Monday, August 10, 2020
- Time: 9:30 pm EEST
- Place: ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
- Where to watch: ESPN, Fox Sports, Sky Sports & others
Phoenix Suns vs Oklahoma City Thunder Odds to Win (08/10/20)
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Phoenix Suns Overview: Strong in NBA Restart
The Phoenix Suns are coming in strong in the game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. They have won all five of their games since the NBA Season restart arrived. Why are the Suns doing so well in the NBA bubble? We can’t really tell. Judging by individual performance, however, the Suns have put in exceptional work with players such as Ricky Rubio, Devin Booker, and not least Deandre Ayton all making great headway this season.
The Suns also didn’t have to worry about unhealthy players, with the teams showing up in force in Florida, all ready to bring their A game and they did. If there is one player we must focus on, that’s certainly Devin Booker who’s been doing an amazing job so far.
Booker averages some 22.5 points this season, and he’s only going to improve, judging by his most recent plays. Booker soared to 35 points in the 119-112 defeat over the Miami Heat on Friday, posting a great record.
Overall? The Suns are looking exceptionally strong this season and we have every reason to believe they will be successful. So far as sports betting opportunities go, the Suns are a great team to bet on.
What about the Oklahoma City Thunder?
The Oklahoma City Thunder have had a little patchier track record. They are still the fifth seeded team in the Western Conference, but have had a few bad turns of luck against the Denver Nuggets.
Yet, there is really no need to be alarmed, because Chris Paul has been adding a lot to his team, averaging 20 points a time. The Thunder had three great scorers in the game versus the Nuggets, including Shai Gilgeous-Alexander who scored 24 points, Chris Paul who contributed 23 and finally Danilo Gallinari with another 20 points.
So, can these three players make sure the game versus the Phoenix Suns pans out differently? They will certainly try, as the Suns must be stopped, and the Thunder are the latest team to try.