Archie Goodwin’s Game Winning Monster Dunk Seals Suns 30-Point Comeback!

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| October 13th, 2016 | 1,680 Views

The Suns were outscored 35-14 in the first quarter, down by 30 at one point and somehow still pulled out a victory.

Down by 1 With 7.5 seconds left on the clock, the ball went into the hands of Archie Goodwin, who hit his defender with a spin move and then threw down a monster 1-hand dunk to give the Suns their first lead in the game with just 3 seconds left in regulation.

Credit for the comeback needs to be spread out to a lot of Suns players including Devin Booker and his 20 points, Eric Bledsoe’s outside shooting (3-4), rookie Marquese “Amare 2.0” Chriss (14 points & 4 boards) and 5’10 Tyler Ulis for coming up with the offensive board which allowed Goodwin to get the good win in an ugly game which featured 106 free throws, 79 fouls, 3 players fouling out and 1 ejection.



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