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Phoenix Suns Injury Report for In-Season Tournament Quarterfinals vs. Lakers

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The Phoenix Suns have released their injury report for tomorrow’s NBA In-Season Tournament quarterfinals matchup vs. the Lakers.

Eric Gordon is questionable with a right knee contusion after missing Saturday’s 116-109 victory over the Grizzlies. Gordon suffered the injury during Friday’s loss to the Nuggets. Coach Frank Vogel said after practice today that the Suns are hopeful Gordon will play tomorrow, but are going to see how he responds to today’s practice.

Bradley Beal (low back strain) and Damion Lee (right meniscus surgery) remain out for the Suns. Beal is scheduled to be re-evaluated on Friday, as this marks the end of the announced three weeks since the Suns said he would next be evaluated.

“He’s making progress, but still no timetable,” Vogel said at practice today about Beal.

Devin Booker is no longer on the injury report after returning from a one-game absence due to a right ankle sprain on Saturday. Vogel said Booker had “minimal soreness” in his ankle ater Saturday, but should be ready to go tomorrow. This will be his first game against the Lakers after missing the Suns’ first two games against them.

As for the Lakers, they have a much longer list than the Suns.

Anthony Davis (left adductor/hip spasm), Rui Hachimura (nasal fracture) and Jarred Vanderbilt (left heel bursitis) are probable. LeBron James  (left calf contusion) is questionable. Gabe Vincent (left knee effusion) is out.

Davis and James have not missed any games as of late. Hachimura has be out the last five games. Vanderbilt made his season debut Sunday.

Tomorrow’s game tips off at 8 p.m. MST in Los Angeles with the winner advancing to the semifinals in Las Vegas and the loser being eliminated. The Suns will look to avenge their two losses to the Lakers this season.

Frank Vogel Speaks on Suns’ Matchup vs. Lakers Tomorrow in In-Season Tournament Quarterfinals

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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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