By Josh Reese

The Rockets didn’t beat the Suns because James Harden had a monster game, Dwight Howard didn’t have a monster game either. But Corey Brewer and Trevor Ariza filled the gap. Combined they finished with 46 points (8-13 from 3), 3 rebounds, 3 assists, and 8 steals.

After the poor start and parking themselves on the bench, they came back out the court and went bananas. They played the lanes, caused turnovers, ran out on fast breaks and knocked down shots.

“That’s the way we have to be,” Brewer said about the steals he and Ariza had. “If we’re active, were flying around and getting steals we’re going to win a lot of games.”

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