In a high-scoring showdown, Kevin Durant, Devin Booker, and Eric Gordon propelled the Phoenix Suns (32-22) to a hard-fought 130-125 victory over the Sacramento Kings (30-23).

Durant led the charge for the Suns with 28 points. Booker provided valuable support with 25 points, while Gordon stepped up in the absence of Bradley Beal, contributing 23 points to help secure the win for Phoenix.

Beal’s early exit due to a hamstring injury was a setback for the Suns, but the team rallied together.

Despite a stellar performance from Domantas Sabonis, who recorded his third consecutive triple-double with 35 points, 18 rebounds, and 12 assists, the Kings fell short against a determined Suns team.

De’Aaron Fox also delivered a standout performance for Sacramento, tallying 40 points, while Malik Monk added 22 points off the bench.

The Suns erased an 11-point deficit in the third quarter and taking control of the game heading into the final period.

With timely contributions from Gordon and recently acquired veteran Royce O’Neale, who added nine points and provided solid defense, the Suns seized momentum in the fourth quarter and never looked back.