In a thrilling matchup, the Phoenix Suns (11-6) secured their seventh consecutive victory by defeating the New York Knicks (9-7) 116-113, thanks to a clutch 3-pointer from Devin Booker with 1.7 seconds left.

Despite the absence of Kevin Durant and Bradley Beal, the Suns, guided by Booker’s 28 points and 11 assists, showcased resilience, with Eric Gordon contributing 25 points.

The Knicks, led by Jalen Brunson’s 35 points, lost for the third time in 10 games, unable to contain the Suns’ late-game heroics.

Julius Randle contributed 28 points, with 17 coming in the third quarter, while Immanuel Quickley added 18 points for the Knicks. Despite their efforts, the slow start put the Knicks in a challenging position, playing catch-up for most of the game.

Booker, who scored 40 points in the previous game against Memphis, once again proved to be a crucial asset for the Suns.

In a closely contested battle, the Suns secured the win with Jordan Goodwin’s 3-pointer, maintaining their impressive form in Durant’s absence.