SACRAMENTO, Jan. 24 (UPI) -- Luis Scola
helped Phoenix put on a fourth-quarter rush Wednesday that brought the Suns a rare road win, 106-96 over Sacramento.
The Suns had lost two in a row and had dropped seven out of eight, but they outscored Sacramento in the fourth quarter 32-19 to pull away. It was only the fourth road win of the season for the Suns, which ties them with Sacramento for fewest in the Western Conference.
Scola scored 21 points and Michael Beasley came off the bench to produce 19. Phoenix forced 24 turnovers.
Sacramento, which has dropped three out of four, got 16 points from Tyreke Evans and 15 from DeMarcus Cousins.
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