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Kevin Durant Status Revealed, Nassir Little Added to Suns’ Injury Report

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The Phoenix Suns have made a few changes to their injury report ahead of tomorrow’s game in Toronto against the Raptors.

Kevin Durant (right foot contusion) and Grayson Allen (illness) are questionable. Durant has missed the last few games with what was listed as a right foot soreness, but has now been changed to a contusion. He warmed up before Sunday’s 116-113 victory over the Knicks, but they decided he was unable to go. Allen was a late scratch before Sunday’s game due to this illness.

Nassir Little will miss tomorrow’s game due to personal reasons. This is likely due to the soon-to-be birth of his daughter. Little has been huge off the bench for the Suns, as he has scored 10 or more points in four of the last five games.

Bradley Beal (low back strain) and Damion Lee (right meniscus surgery) remain out for Phoenix. Both Beal and Lee did not make the three-game road trip. The three-week evaluation period for Beal ends on Dec. 8.

Drew Eubanks and Yuta Watanabe are no longer on the report after playing in Sunday’s victory. Watanabe had missed the four previous contests with a left quad contusion, while Eubanks missed the game before with a left ankle sprain.

Coach Frank Vogel gave updates on Durant and Allen after practice today. They want to see how Durant responds to the practice, while Allen did not practice, but will make the trip to Toronto and is feeling better.

Here is a video the Suns posted of Durant at practice today.

The Raptors play today, so their injury report for this matchup won’t be unveiled until tomorrow. For today’s game in Brooklyn against the Nets, they are only missing Christian Koloko who has a respiratory illness.

The Suns and Raptors square off at 5:30 p.m. MST tomorrow.

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Brendan Mau is a senior writer covering the Phoenix Suns and more for Burn City Sports. You can follow him on X via @Brendan_Mau

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