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Brooklyn Nets vs Phoenix Suns Predictions, Odds, Picks

Written by: Christian Jope
Updated October 14, 2022
13 min read
  • Falling to 6th in the Eastern Conference, the Brooklyn Nets look to break their 4-game losing streak.
  • The Phoenix Suns have a firm hold over 1st in the West and are on a 10-game win streak.
  • The Suns won their first meeting with the Nets this season, 113-107.

Brooklyn Nets vs Phoenix Suns Odds

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Team Point Spread Total Money Line
Brooklyn Nets +7.5 (-110)
O 225.5 (-110)
Phoenix Suns -7.5 (-110)
U 225.5 (-110)

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Brooklyn Nets vs Phoenix Suns Picks

It doesn’t project to be an enjoyable night for the Brooklyn Nets.

Not only are the Suns on a roll, but the Nets have been struggling on top of being without four rotation players. Phoenix aren’t without their own ailments, but their depth will make the difference.


Phoenix Suns def. Brooklyn Nets (-300)

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Brooklyn Nets vs Phoenix Suns Predictions

Head-to-Head: Brooklyn Nets vs Phoenix Suns

Brooklyn Nets
Head-to-Head Phoenix Suns
Steve Nash Head Coach Monty Williams
29-20 (6th in East) Standing 40-9 (1st in West)
L-L-L-L Form W-W-W-W
112.3 (7th of 30) Off Rtg 113.3 (3rd of 30)
110.4 (18th of 30) Def Rtg 105.4 (2nd of 30)
99.2 (9th of 30) Pace 99.4 (8th of 30)

Leaders (Per Game)

K. Durant (29.3) PPG D. Booker (25.1)
J. Harden (8.1) RPG D. Ayton (10.6)
J. Harden (10.1) APG C. Paul (10.3)
J. Harden (1.3) SPG C. Paul (1.9)
L. Aldridge (1.1) BPG B. Biyombo (1.2)
N. Claxton (.640)/K. Durant (10.5) FG%/FGM J. McGee (.652)/D. Booker (9.1)
P. Mills (.427)/P. Mills (3.3) 3P%/3PM C. Johnson (.431)/D. Booker (2.7)

Injury Report

Player Team Date Status Info
Joe Harris Brooklyn Nets 29 Nov 2021 Out (Ankle) Harris will undergo ankle surgery and is out indefinitely.
Kevin Durant Brooklyn Nets 16 Jan 2022 Out (Knee) Durant was diagnosed with a sprained MCL and will return after a rehabilitation period.
Paul Millsap Brooklyn Nets 24 Jan 2022 Out (Personal) The Brooklyn Nets and Paul Millsap have agreed to find him a trade, as reported by Shams Charania.
LaMarcus Aldridge Brooklyn Nets 29 Jan 2022 Day to Day (Ankle) Aldridge left Brooklyn’s Saturday (Jan 29) game and did not return.
James Harden Brooklyn Nets 30 Jan 2022 Day to Day (Hand) Harden was OUT for Brooklyn’s Saturday (Jan 29) game.
Dario Saric Phoenix Suns 7 Jul 2021 Out (Knee) Saric suffered a torn ACL in his right knee.
Frank Kaminsky Phoenix Suns 21 Nov 2021 Out (Knee) Kaminsky is out indefinitely with a stress reaction in his right knee.
Abdel Nader Phoenix Suns 15 Jan 2022 Out (Knee) Nader has been out since mid-November and there is no timetable for his return.
Jae Crowder Phoenix Suns 29 Jan 2022 Day to Day (Wrist) Crowder was OUT for Phoenix’s Sunday (Jan 30) game.
Cameron Payne Phoenix Suns 29 Jan 2022 Out (Wrist) Payne was OUT for Phoenix’s Sunday (Jan 30) game.
DeAndre Ayton Phoenix Suns 30 Jan 2022 Day to Day (Ankle) Ayton was OUT for Phoenix’s Sunday (Jan 30) game.

How can the Nets beat the Suns?

The Brooklyn Nets have now lost four straight games, as they continue to struggle without key players available. If they want to beat the Suns, they must overcome Phoenix’s pressure defense.

Through their four-game losing streak, the Nets have been averaging 14.3 turnovers while forcing just 10.0 out of their opponents. They won’t get a break, as the Suns force 15.0 turnovers per game.

Brooklyn must be responsible with the ball if they want to beat the Suns. The offense will run through Kyrie Irving and Patty Mills, but it will up to the role players to be efficient with their opportunities.

Nets Key Player: (G) Kyrie Irving

The stars aren’t shining brightly for the Brooklyn Nets as of late, but the play of Kyrie Irving has been refreshing for head coach Steve Nash. In his last game, Irving put on a classic performance despite the loss.

In the Nets’ loss to the Golden State Warriors, Irving posted 32 points, 7 assists, 7 rebounds, and 3 steals in 39 minutes of play. He shot 42.9% from the field, while also converting on 11 of 12 free-throw attempts.

With Durant and Harden likely out, Kyrie Irving will be asked to shoulder the load on offense once again. However, what he can create for Brooklyn’s supporting cast will determine whether or not they can find a win.

How can the Suns beat the Nets?

The Phoenix Suns are on another incredible run, hitting the Phil Jackson standard for a championship team by winning 40 games before losing 20 games. When they take on the Brooklyn Nets, they cannot be complacent.

Despite losing their last four games, the Brooklyn Nets are still averaging 111.3 points on 45.3% shooting from the field and 36.9% from three-point range.

With Kyrie Irving at the lead, Phoenix’s defense can be opened up at a moment’s notice. If they can’t contain the Brooklyn Nets at the point of attack, they’ll be in for a more difficult night than projected.

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Suns Key Player: (G) Chris Paul

In what will be a matchup between point guards, the Phoenix Suns expect to have the edge as they field one of the NBA’s best Chris Paul. Despite Phoenix’s injury issues, Paul’s game management has kept them on track.

In their last game, which was a 5-point win over the Spurs, Chris Paul posted 20 points, 19 assists, and 8 rebounds in 39 minutes of play. His efficiency was fantastic, as he was a plus-14 on 56.3% shooting from the field, while also committing just 2 turnovers.

Paul probably won’t have the scoring impact, although he certainly has the ability, but his playmaking is sure to continue.

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Christian Jope is a writer, social media strategist, and data analyst. A Queen’s University Alumni, Christian is an author and social media strategist with Raptors Cage, while also working closely with MLSE and Canada Basketball through community-driven events.

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