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Grayson Allen, Bol Bol questionable for tomorrow’s matchup at Nets

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The Phoenix Suns have released their injury report featuring new statuses of Grayson Allen and Bol Bol for tomorrow’s game against the Brooklyn Nets.

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Allen suffered an ankle injury during the second quarter of the Suns’ 118-105 victory over the Miami Heat last night after stepping on Josh Okogie’s foot and did not return. He is listed as questionable for tomorrow night’s game with a right ankle sprain. Coach Frank Vogel said Allen would be day-to-day with the injury postgame.

Allen is averaging 13.2 points on a league-leading 49.8% 3-point shooting in 42 games for the Suns.

Bol Bol is now questionable with a right foot sprain. He has missed the last nine games for the Suns, so this is a positive sign in his recovery. Vogel has said Bol’s injury is not long term. He expected him back at some point during the team’s current seven-game road trip.

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

Bradley Beal is listed as available for the third straight game after suffering a nasal fracture in Friday night’s loss to the Indiana Pacers. This signifies Beal will be wearing a mask.

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.


Tomorrow’s game tips off at 6:30 p.m. MST, as the Suns look to build off their big victory over the Heat.

Grayson Allen ruled out for remainder of game vs. Heat

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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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