If that wasn't on the table, they will also be on the road against the Golden State Warriors.
The win ended the league's longest active losing streak to one team, which dated back to November 2014.
Maybe the absence of Durant, who left with 6:34 remaining after sustaining a right ankle contusion, put them into a panic.
The loss Sunday against the Suns was not the only concern for coach Kerr going into the week that will see them face the Houston Rockets on Wednesday and Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday.
"It's an uncomfortable feeling, which I think we like right now because it's not all coasting - it's we're getting challenged. He didn't think it was too bad". He still scored 28 points, going 10 of 22.
For a team who has lost more to this point this season than all but the inaugural team in the franchise's history, who's veterans of the roster - namely Devin Booker and T.J. After eight quick points, Thompson threw down a reverse dunk that elicited a standing ovation from Oracle Arena.
Booker finished with a game-high 37 points, including 13 consecutive Suns points during a stretch of the fourth quarter in which Phoenix took charge of the game. "Probably [our] worst loss of the season, unfortunately". I expect our crowd to be little more into it, too.
"It's hard to conjure up energy.so we expect our fans to kind of bring that from the jump". We need that energy, especially this time of year. The cold-shooting Warriors couldn't overcome Booker's late onslaught in losing to lowly Phoenix.
Danny Green and Norman Powell added 15 points each for Toronto, while OG Anunoby and Jeremy Lin each contributed 11 points. Klay Thompson had two of his six in the fourth, Curry two of his three.