The Phoenix Suns weren't ready to play to start their home game against the LA Clippers on Tuesday. Despite it being a must-win for the Suns for seeding purposes, they fell behind by a 37-10 margin after the first quarter.

The Suns rallied to get back into the game in the second half. Phoenix coach Frank Vogel didn't want to get into what he said to rally his team at halftime, but he did admit his team's frustration level isn't in a good place.

"It's high. But we're manning together, and we're connected, and confident," Vogel said before saying his team is still together.

Suns guard Devin Booker said his team wasn't ready to play, while the Clippers were.

“[They] just came in there ready to play, and we weren’t," Booker said before saying Phoenix is "Chillin'" as far as being frustrated as a team.