Booker, Paul deliver at end, Suns hold off Warriors 107-103

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Devin Booker’s two free throws with 34.2 seconds left put Phoenix ahead, Draymond Green traveled to turn it over before Chris Paul made a short jumper, and the NBA-best Phoenix Suns held off the Golden State Warriors 107-103 on Wednesday night in a furious finish between Western Conference rivals. Jordan Poole scored a season-best 38 points to match his career high and also contributed nine rebounds and seven assists. Poole drew a loose ball foul on Booker with 39.8 seconds to go and converted two free throws before Booker came through for the Suns (62-14) in their ninth straight victory.
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