Kevin Durant and Bradley Beal showcased their offensive prowess, combining for 61 points to lead the shorthanded Phoenix Suns (31-21) to a commanding 129-115 victory over the Utah Jazz (26-27) on Thursday night.

In the absence of All-Star Devin Booker, sidelined with a sore left hip, Durant (31 points) and Beal (30 points) stepped up to secure the Suns’ third consecutive win.

Lauri Markkanen led the offensive charge for the Jazz with 22 points, supported by strong performances from John Collins and Collin Sexton, who contributed 21 and 19 points, respectively.

In a noteworthy performance, Grayson Allen showcased his playmaking abilities with a career-high 14 assists.

The Suns and Jazz both made significant roster adjustments ahead of the trade deadline, but key acquisitions, including Royce O’Neale and David Roddy for Phoenix and Kevin Knox II, Kira Lewis Jr., and Otto Porter Jr. for Utah, were unavailable for Thursday’s matchup.