Kevin Durant led the Phoenix Suns (37-26) to a 120-113 win against the Toronto Raptors (23-40) on Thursday night with a 35-point showcase.

Durant’s offensive prowess was matched by Grayson Allen’s impressive 26-point contribution, setting the tone for the Suns’ dominant display. Allen set Suns’ franchise records with seven three-pointers in the first quarter.

Bradley Beal chipped in with 20 points and eight assists, ensuring the Suns maintained control of the game from start to finish. The absence of injured All-Star Devin Booker didn’t hinder the Suns’ performance.

Phoenix’s Bol Bol made a significant impact off the bench with 11 points and eight rebounds in just 16 minutes.

Despite Toronto’s efforts, led by Gary Trent Jr.’s 30 points and Immanuel Quickley’s 21 points and career-high 18 assists, the Raptors couldn’t overcome the Suns’ relentless offensive attack. The Raptors were without All-Star Scottie Barnes.