NBA Playoffs: DeAndre Ayton has double-double, Phoenix takes down LA Clippers

Game recap
Deandre Ayton scored 24 points, Cameron Payne had 29 points, as Phoenix Suns defeated LA Clippers, 104-103, on Jun 23, 2021. Ivica Zubac scored 14 points for LA Clippers.
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Phoenix Suns

PLAYER MIN Reb Ast Stl Blk Pts
Cameron Payne 37 1 9 2 2 29
Deandre Ayton 34 14 1 1 1 24
Devin Booker 40 4 5 0 0 20
Cameron Johnson 24 3 0 1 0 11
Dario Saric 13 3 2 0 0 11
Mikal Bridges 34 5 1 0 0 5
E'Twaun Moore 11 5 3 0 0 2
Jae Crowder 32 4 3 1 0 2
Torrey Craig 11 0 0 0 0 0
Team 250 39 24 5 3 104
LA Clippers logo

LA Clippers

PLAYER MIN Reb Ast Stl Blk Pts
Paul George 41 6 6 0 0 26
Reggie Jackson 38 5 3 2 1 19
Ivica Zubac 34 11 0 0 1 14
Luke Kennard 18 2 2 0 0 10
Rajon Rondo 17 3 4 0 0 8
Terance Mann 19 1 1 1 0 8
Marcus Morris 24 5 1 0 1 7
Patrick Beverley 26 4 1 0 1 6
Nicolas Batum 15 2 0 0 0 3
DeMarcus Cousins 3 0 0 0 0 2
Team 250 39 18 3 4 103

Phoenix Suns Vs LA Clippers

Game notes

Deandre Ayton

Deandre Ayton

Deandre Ayton scored 24 points and set his new season-high in scoring (in NBA Playoffs). His previous record was 22 points scored in a May 28, 2021 game against Los Angeles Lakers (109-95 loss). He scored 20 points or more 6 times this season in NBA Playoffs games.

Deandre Ayton grabbed 10 rebounds or more for the 4th time in 12 NBA Playoffs games this season. His season-high in rebounds is 17. He recorded it on a May 30, 2021 game against Los Angeles Lakers (92-100 win).

Cameron Payne

Cameron Payne

Cameron Payne scored 29 points and set his new season-high in scoring (in NBA Playoffs). His previous record was 19 points scored in a May 26, 2021 game against Los Angeles Lakers (102-109 loss). He scored 20 points or more 1 times this season in NBA Playoffs games.

Cameron Johnson

Cameron Johnson

Cameron Johnson scored 10 points or more for the 5th time in 12 NBA Playoffs games this season. He has done it 1 times on the road, and 4 times at home. His season-high in scoring is 12. He recorded it on a June 20, 2021 game against LA Clippers (120-114 win).

Devin Booker

Devin Booker

Devin Booker scored 20 points or more for the 9th time in 12 NBA Playoffs games this season. He has done it 3 times on the road, and 6 times at home. His season-high in scoring is 47. He recorded it on a June 04, 2021 game against Los Angeles Lakers (100-113 win).

Dario Saric

Dario Saric

Dario Saric scored 11 points and set his new season-high in scoring (in NBA Playoffs). His previous record was 8 points scored in a June 10, 2021 game against Denver Nuggets (123-98 win). He scored 10 points or more 1 times this season in NBA Playoffs games.

Ivica Zubac

Ivica Zubac

Ivica Zubac scored 14 points and set his new season-high in scoring (in NBA Playoffs). His previous record was 11 points scored in a June 09, 2021 game against Utah Jazz (112-109 loss). He scored 10 points or more 2 times this season in NBA Playoffs games.

Ivica Zubac tied his season-high with 11 rebounds (in NBA Playoffs). He grabbed 10 rebounds or more 2 times this season in NBA Playoffs games.

Reggie Jackson

Reggie Jackson

Reggie Jackson scored 10 points or more for the 12th time in 15 NBA Playoffs games this season. He has done it 7 times on the road, and 5 times at home. His season-high in scoring is 29. He recorded it on a June 11, 2021 game against Utah Jazz (117-111 loss).

Paul George

Paul George

Paul George scored 20 points or more for the 15th time in 15 NBA Playoffs games this season. He has done it 8 times on the road, and 7 times at home. His season-high in scoring is 37. He recorded it on a June 17, 2021 game against Utah Jazz (111-119 win).

Luke Kennard

Luke Kennard

Luke Kennard scored 10 points or more for the 3th time in 11 NBA Playoffs games this season. He has done it 2 times on the road, and 1 times at home. His season-high in scoring is 18. He recorded it on a June 09, 2021 game against Utah Jazz (112-109 loss).

Boxscore glossary

Basketball stats abbreviations

  • MIN: Minutes played
  • 2M-2A: Two-points field goal made, attempted
  • 3M-3A: Three-points field goal made, attempted
  • FG%: Field goal percentage
  • 1M-1A: Free throws made, attempted
  • 1%: Free throw percentage
  • Or: Offensive rebounds
  • Dr: Defensive rebounds
  • Reb: Total rebounds
  • Ast: Assists
  • Stl: Steals
  • Blk: Blocks
  • Fo: Personal fouls
  • Pts: Points scored
  • Eff: Efficiency

If a player records double digits in a game in two of the PTS, REB, AST, STL or BLK statistics, he has a double-double. If he does it in three of this categories, he has a triple-double. If he does it in four categories he has a quadruple-double. Having a triple-double is considered as having a great game. Quadruple-doubles are extremely rare. Having one constitutes an historical performance. The last NBA player to record a quadruple double is David Robinson: it happened on February 17, 1994