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Bol Bol out, Tyrese Haliburton questionable for tomorrow’s Pacers vs. Suns matchup

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The Phoenix Suns (23-18) and Indiana Pacers (24-18) have released their injury reports for tomorrow night’s matchup at Footprint Center.

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Most notably for the Suns, Bol Bol will miss his fourth straight game with a right foot sprain. Bol has been out for five of the Suns’ last six matchups.

In the four contests Bol has played in 2024, he has registered over double-digit minutes in all four after not recording a game over five minutes in 2023 with Phoenix.

In these four games, Bol is averaging 8.8 points, 5.8 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 16.8 minutes off the bench.

Jordan Goodwin was added to the injury report as probable with a right ankle sprain after playing four minutes in the Suns’ dominant 123-109 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans yesterday. 

Damion Lee remains out, as he has missed the entire season after undergoing right meniscus surgery a few weeks before the start of the year.

Overall, the Suns’ main rotation is once again healthy outside of Bol, as they carry their four-game win streak into tomorrow night’s game.

Pacers Injury Report

Tomorrow will mark the Pacers second game with new acquisition Pascal Siakam.

Tyrese Haliburton returned for last night’s 118-115 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers after missing the previous five games with a left hamstring strain. Haliburton, who leads the league with 12.6 assists per game, is questionable for tomorrow’s matchup with this injury.

Andrew Nembhard, who has started 11 games for Indiana this season, missed the past two games with a thoracic spine sprain. He is questionable with this injury tomorrow.

Isaiah Jackson is out with a concussion.

Tomorrow night’s matchup tips off at 6 p.m. MST and Phoenix is currently favored by -4.5.

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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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