It wasn't a blowout by any means, but the Phoenix Suns comfortably won a home game against a team they should beat, and it didn't even come down to the wire. The Suns beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 110-99, not allowing the Wolves to pull the deficit closer than eight points after the 2:55 mark of the third quarter. That's a nice change of pace from earlier in the season.
"It was very important," point guard Eric Bledsoe said of the comfortable win. "We got a long home stretch right now so we're going to try to win them all...these games like this we need, and to win them big to get everybody rested for the next game is huge."