Turnovers doomed Phoenix Suns in Game 6 of the Western Conference elimination rounds against the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday. The Suns turned the ball more than 22 times, prompting 29 points for the Mavs while Dallas just recorded six turnovers on the night. Mavericks even the series at 3-3 with a 113-86 success and force a Game 7 between the two. The Mavericks shot 16-for-39 from long while the Suns were only 6-for-18.
Both the teams would be back in action in Game 7 in Phoenix at the Footprint Center on Sunday. This would be the first Game 7 in a long while for the Suns who have managed to windup the playoff matches early, the last time Suns played Game 7 was back in 2006 against Los Angeles Clippers in the Western Conference elimination rounds.