Scottie Barnes displayed clutch performance, scoring 12 crucial points in the fourth quarter as the Toronto Raptors (9-10) snapped the Phoenix Suns’ (11-7) seven-game winning streak with a 112-105 victory on Wednesday night. Pascal Siakam contributed 22 points for the Raptors.

Despite Kevin Durant’s 30-point effort for Phoenix, including 11 points in the fourth quarter after missing two games due to a foot injury, the Suns couldn’t withstand the Raptors’ late-game surge.

Devin Booker, usually a key scorer for the Suns, struggled with only eight points and missed a critical 3-pointer in the closing moments that could have tied the game.

Durant’s impressive scoring streak continued, marking six consecutive games with 30 or more points, making him a dominant force for Phoenix.

Jusuf Nurkic’s double-double performance (19 points, 14 rebounds) wasn’t enough for the Suns, who struggled from beyond the arc, shooting 7 for 26.

Barnes’ fourth-quarter heroics, combined with contributions from Precious Achiuwa, Jakob Poeltl, Anunoby, and Gary Trent Jr., showcased the Raptors’ resilience, bouncing back from a previous loss to the Brooklyn Nets.