OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma (Reuters) - Jason Richardson's last-second basket completed a stunning Phoenix comeback as the Suns rallied from 10 points down in the final minutes to beat Oklahoma City Thunder 104-102 Tuesday.
Amare Stoudemire scored a team-high 30 points for the Suns and Richardson finished with 20, including two game-tying free throws with 40 seconds left, as Phoenix snapped the Thunder's nine-game winning streak.
After Richardson capped the Suns' rally from 10 points down with only three minutes left, Jeff Green's three-point attempt was off the mark as time expired.
Richardson added 13 rebounds for Phoenix (35-23), who won their third in a row despite missing All-Star point guard Steve Nash, out with a sore back and abdomen.
Oklahoma City forward Kevin Durant had 36 points, the 29th game in a row he has scored at least 25, but it was not enough to prevent the Thunder (33-22) suffering their first loss since January 27.
(Reporting by Jahmal Corner in Los Angeles, California; Editing Peter Rutherford)