March 5, 2017, 6:47 pm
Tyler Ulis came up big for the Phoenix Suns in their 106-109 win over the Boston Celtics on Sunday. Ulis swiped a steal and sank the game-winning bucket. He led the Suns’ bench with 20 points, five assists, a trey, and a steal, in 33 minutes of play.
Ulis has been getting better with each passing game that coach Earl Watson has trusted him with extra minutes. He played alongside Eric Bledsoe for some stretches in the game which is an encouraging sign that his minutes are secure moving forward. The Suns’ guard has been fantastic and is a prime candidate for an explosive stretch-run. Tyler has officially entered the “must-own” zone with his recent trend.