Suns news: Devin Booker, Kendall Jenner spark romance rumors again
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Devin Booker, Kendall Jenner spark romance rumors again after another road trip

Devin Booker, Suns, Kendall Jenner

Phoenix Suns shooting guard Devin Booker and supermodel Kendall Jenner have sparked yet another relationship speculation.

The two were spotted together over Fourth of July weekend after a pair of romantic outings in April and June.

Booker and Jenner were first seen together at a rest stop outside of Sedona, Arizona in April. At the time, however, correspondents said the two were not dating and were in just the same circle of friends

But rumors of a relationship were fueled once again when paparazzi caught a glimpse of the Suns star and Jenner leaving a popular sushi restaurant in Malibu in June. Judging by the above picture, it would seem they are going pretty steady.

Devin Booker will not have time for Kendall Jenner or any romantic exploits when he heads to Orlando for the NBA restart, though. The Suns are one of the 22 teams headed to Orange County, but they are a long shot to even reach a play-in tournament for the eighth seed in the Western Conference.

Phoenix is currently six games back of the Memphis Grizzlies for the eighth seed in the West. The Suns need to make up ground just to have an opportunity to advance to the standard playoff bracket.

For his part, Booker is having arguably the best season of his young career.

The 23-year-old was averaging 26.1 points, 6.6 assists and 4.2 rebounds while shooting nearly 49 percent from the field prior to the suspension of play. He was also named to his first All-Star team.

While the Suns might be on the outside looking in later this July, Booker’s progression is emblematic of the team’s year-over-year improvement.

Phoenix had already won seven more games than it did the year before, despite Deandre Ayton serving a suspension at the beginning of the season.

Plenty of attention has been paid to Booker’s social circle, but he also continues to ascend as one of the best two-guards in basketball. The Suns are hoping it will eventually result in a playoff berth.