As the Suns players' facial hair is turning unruly with a no-shave policy for the playoff chase, they are making the hair on their coaches' heads turn grey or fall out.

Watching the Suns this season often has been a hair-raising experience, but games like Sunday's 127-120 victory at Minnesota can give their coaches a different sort of shave on their lifespans.

"I'm sitting here now going I can't believe we won that game," Suns coach Jeff Hornacek said.

The Suns went from getting outhustled, being sloppy with the ball and playing soft interior, on-ball and transition defense to making their largest comeback of a season full of dramatic rallies. For the third time this season, the Suns rallied from a deficit of 20 or more points to win by rallying from a 22-point hole at Target Center and extending the no-shave winning streak to three games with another fourth-quarter defensive cameo appearance.

"Man, I'm so tired of doing that," Suns forward P.J. Tucker said. "It's like we get down 20 to play. It's like, 'All right, we're down 25. Let's play.' It's unreal."

The Suns (41-29) won for the fifth time in Eric Bledsoe's six starts since his return from knee surgery and rehabilitation. The Suns had tremendous efforts from the bench, Goran Dragic and Tucker but they could not have survived without Bledsoe on Sunday. They outscored Minnesota by 28 in Bledsoe's 35 minutes of play.

Everything unraveled early when Bledsoe picked up two fouls trying to guard Ricky Rubio and had to exit after 63 seconds. Gerald Green entered and had three fouls in six minutes as Minnesota (34-34) matched a Suns opponent's season high for first-quarter scoring by taking a 41-27 lead.