Phoenix Suns seek answers after Dallas Mavericks tied in Game 4

DALLAS – This series got real – and really interesting over the weekend.

The top-seeded Phoenix Suns arrived in Dallas confident of a 2-0 lead in the series after opening the doors for the Mavericks in the final quarter of Game Two in Phoenix.

They come home looking for answers after Sunday’s 111-101 loss before a crowd of 20,610 cuts at the American Airlines Center that tied the Western Conference semifinal series.

“We’re going to make our adjustments,” said Devin Booker, Suns All-Star goalkeeper. “I’ve been in 500 basketball games or something and I’ve never seen a game quite like today. So it’s tough. It was a different kind of game, different energy. We started the game in bad trouble, no reason. A lot came with it, but I guess That we just have to clean (game 4) down the toilet and move on to the next game.”

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