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Phoenix Suns should be near full health against Atlanta Hawks

Jan 29, 2024; Miami, Florida, USA; Phoenix Suns guard Grayson Allen (8) reacts after an apparent injury against the Miami Heat during the second quarter at Kaseya Center. Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports

Gearing up for a Friday night meeting against the Atlanta Hawks, the Phoenix Suns have released their first injury report.

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Notably, Grayson Allen was not listed. Allen missed Wednesday’s game with a right ankle sprain; it was his first game out in over a month.

Also on a positive note, Bol Bol is listed as probable, and despite dealing with a nasal fracture, Bradley Beal is expected to play. Bol has not played in over two weeks; however, he was listed as active on Wednesday against the Nets; he just never saw the court.

If Bol returns from his right foot sprain and participates in the Hawks matchup, it would be the first time this season that only Damion Lee (recovering from right meniscus surgery) remains sidelined.

In contrast, the Atlanta Hawks face uncertainties, with De’Andre Hunter (right knee injury management) being questionable and Mouhamed Gueye (right low back stress fracture) and Vit Krejci (left shoulder subluxation) ruled out.

The Hawks are currently riding a two-game winning streak and will enter Friday’s matchup on a full two days of rest. Overall this season, they hold a 20-27 record, placing them 10th in the Eastern Conference standings.

Last season, when these two teams met up, the Hawks emerged victorious in both matchups.

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