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Devin Booker After Phoenix Suns Beat The Golden State Warriors: "No Loss November."

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The Phoenix Suns are tied for the best record in the NBA with the Golden State Warriors, whom they just beat. They are now on a 17-game winning streak, and they look like they could be the best team in the NBA. The Suns definitely look like an extremely dangerous squad.

Devin Booker may have missed a large portion of the game against the Warriors with hamstring soreness, but he took the opportunity to shout out the Suns after the game. Booker Tweeted "No loss November" after the game, signifying the Suns going undefeated over the month.

While the Golden State Warriors have gotten a lot of media attention for their performances, the Phoenix Suns have been just as good as a team. After all, they did make the Finals last season and had a 2-0 lead on the Milwaukee Bucks. There's no doubt that they're hungry to get back to the highest stage and finish the job. Perhaps we'll see them bring the Phoenix its first-ever NBA championship.

If the Phoenix Suns do end up facing the Golden State Warriors in the playoffs, Devin Booker's explosive scoring ability and shot creation will be crucial to beating them. It's very difficult for any team to score against the Golden State Warriors defense, and there will be times where the Phoenix Suns will need to create buckets out of thin air. They will rely upon Devin Booker to do so.

We'll see how things turn out later in the season, but both teams have looked dominant thus far. The Phoenix Suns have a 3-headed monster in Deandre Ayton, Chris Paul, and Devin Booker, while the Golden State Warriors will have their big 3 of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green later in the season, with Thompson slated to return around Christmas time. Both teams also have deep rosters, with solid supplementary players such as Mikal Bridges and Andrew Wiggins. There is a legitimate chance that this game was a preview for the playoffs,