In a high-stakes clash, Kevin Durant scored 28 points, leading the Phoenix Suns (48-33) to a thrilling 108-107 victory over the Sacramento Kings (45-36).

The game reached a tense climax as Jusuf Nurkic sank a crucial free throw in the final seconds, breaking the tie and securing the Suns’ narrow one-point lead.

Despite a late surge from the Kings, including a contentious play involving Bradley Beal and De’Aaron Fox, the Suns’ resilient defense and clutch plays sealed the hard-fought win.

Devin Booker and Bradley Beal contributed significantly to the Suns’ victory, chipping in with 21 and 20 points respectively, while Domantas Sabonis led the Kings with an impressive stat line of 25 points, 12 rebounds, and nine assists.

With both teams vying for playoff positioning, every game is crucial, and this nail-biting victory puts the Suns in a favorable position as they battle for seeding in the Western Conference.

Meanwhile, the Kings face the challenge of regaining momentum after dropping five of their last six games, with their postseason fate hanging in the balance.