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Phoenix Suns Injury Updates: Bradley Beal, Kevin Durant and More for Tomorrow vs. Warriors

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Bradley Beal will officially be available for tomorrow night’s game vs. the Golden State Warriors, Phoenix Suns’ coach Frank Vogel said today.

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Beal has missed the last 12 games and 19 total with a low back strain. The Suns (12-10) get him back at a time of need, as they have lost four of their last five.

“It’s a little bit different because it’s his first year as a Phoenix Suns member,” Vogel said of Beal. “It’s a lot of excitement for him coming here and getting a new start in the second phase of his career. That makes it different than most injuries you face. But he’s a guy that wants to be out there, and I admire the work that he’s been putting in.”

Beal has yet to play in a game with both Devin Booker and Kevin Durant.

However, Durant is questionable for tomorrow’s game after suffering a left ankle sprain last Tuesday vs. the Lakers. He was limited in practice today after missing Friday’s game vs. the Kings.

The Suns will be without Grayson Allen (right groin strain) and Nassir Little (orbital fracture/concussion protocol) tomorrow. Allen was also limited in practice today after missing the Kings’ game and his injury occurred last Tuesday vs. the Lakers. Little went down hard during the first quarter of Friday’s game and did not return due to being in concussion protocol. Little will wear a mask when he returns, Vogel said yesterday.

Damion Lee also remains out after undergoing right meniscus surgery in the offseason.

Tomorrow will mark the first time that Beal and Booker have played together this season.

Full Suns’ Record Breakdown with and without the Big 3

  • Booker, Durant and Beal: 0-0
  • Booker and Durant: 7-3
  • Durant and Beal: 1-2
  • Booker and Beal: 0-0
  • Durant only: 2-4
  • Booker only: 2-1
  • Beal only: 0-0

Stay tuned for full interviews with Beal and Vogel and footage from today’s practice.

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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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