NBA.com has reported that the Phoenix Suns have defeated the Portland Trailblazers with the score 114-112. TJ Warren signed an extension the fast few weeks and he directly put in the work. He led the Suns in scoring with 24 points and Devin Booker was also able to contribute 19 points in their win the other day. For the Trailblazers, it was Damian Lillard and Caleb Swanigan who carried the team offensively by scoring 18 apiece.

Booker continues to show offensive talents

Devin Booker has always shown how good of a scorer he is and going into this season he looked pretty good against the Portland Trailblazers. Booker scored 19 points against the Portland Trailblazers while adding two rebounds, five assists.

He shot 33.3 percent from the field making four of his 12 shot attempts and two of his four three-point shots. Phoenix Suns fans can only hope that Booker will continue to improve offensively and defensively in the hopes of him blooming into a superstar.

TJ Warren shines in preseason game

TJ Warren had an incredible game against the Portland Trailblazers the other day. He showed that he deserved that million dollar extension given by the Suns to him. He had a game-high of 24 points along with six rebounds, two assists, two steals, and two blocks. He made nine of his 15 shot attempts going 60 percent and making six of his seven free throw attempts. The Phoenix Suns are looking pretty good and if their young players can improve even more this season they are going to be a strong team in the near future.

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Lillard's 18 not enough

Damian Lillard led the Portland Trailblazers in points against the Phoenix Suns the other day. He contributed 18 points, one rebound, four assists, and two steals. He also shot 53.3 percent from the field making eight of his 15 shots from the field. Damian Lillard continues to bloom into a consistent NBA All-Star and with the right help, he can truly lead the Blazers to a deep playoff run.

Nurkic shoots 61 percent

Jusuf Nurkic [VIDEO] played an amazing game against the Phoenix Suns. He scored 16 points, three rebounds, one assist, one steal, and one block. He shot an amazing 61.5 percent from the field and made eight of his 14 field goal attempts. Jusuf Nurkic was acquired by the Portland Trailblazers last season in exchange for Mason Plumlee of the Denver Nuggets. Nurkic has continued to play well but Nurkic still has to learn to play consistently in order for the Trailblazers to survive the extremely tough western conference.