In a breathtaking double-overtime showdown, Kevin Durant showcased his brilliance, amassing 39 points, 10 assists, and eight rebounds, propelling the Phoenix Suns (7-6) to a thrilling 140-137 victory over the Utah Jazz (4-9) on Sunday night.

Durant’s stellar performance, combined with Devin Booker’s clutch play, secured Phoenix’s third consecutive win and marked their second triumph over the Jazz in three days.

Booker, with 26 points and eight assists, provided crucial support, while Eric Gordon, Jusuf Nurkic, and Grayson Allen contributed 20, 18, and 14 points, respectively.

On the opposing side, Lauri Markkanen’s impressive 38-point, 17-rebound effort led the Jazz’s charge, complemented by Talen Horton-Tucker’s 25 points and Jordan Clarkson’s 22.

Despite Utah’s advantages in second-chance and fastbreak points, Durant’s back-to-back baskets and timely free throws in the second overtime propelled the Suns to a hard-fought victory.

The game reached a dramatic climax when a foul was called on Durant for blocking Markkanen’s shot in the final seconds of the second overtime.

However, after review, officials overturned the decision, recognizing Durant’s clean block.

Utah, resilient throughout the game, twice rallied from an 11-point first-half deficit and forced overtime with Markkanen’s game-tying putback layup in regulation.

This thrilling encounter showcased the resilience and skill of both teams, with Durant’s brilliance ultimately proving decisive in the Suns’ victory.