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Top Bradley Beal News
Suns' Bradley Beal: Out at least three weeks
The Suns announced Friday that Beal will be re-evaluated in three weeks as he recovers from a low back strain.
Beal has played just three games this season while dealing with a back injury, which was originally described as soreness, but it appears the Suns are playing it cautiously to allow their star guard to fully recover from what is now being labeled as a strain. Eric Gordon and Grayson Allen are candidates to receive increased roles in Beal's ongoing absence, while Devin Booker and Kevin Durant will presumably shoulder most of the offensive load. Beal's timetable likely makes the middle of December his target to return to game action.... See More ... See Less
Suns' Bradley Beal: Doubtful for Friday
Beal (back) is doubtful to play Friday against the Jazz.
Beal has been dealing with injuries all season long and has been available in only three of Phoenix's 11 contests to date. The veteran guard has scored more than 15 points just once in those three outings, so his start to the season hasn't been very encouraging, though at the same time, he's yet to get into any sort of rhythm.... See More ... See Less
Suns' Bradley Beal: Deemed probable by Vogel
Coach Frank Vogel called Beal (back soreness) probable for Wednesday's game against the Timberwolves, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports. If active, Beal will be under a minutes restriction.
An earlier report from Shams Charania of The Athletic indicated that Beal would suit up Wednesday, but it appears he still hasn't been cleared. While he's still considered likely to play, Vogel did note that Beal would be under a minutes restriction if he plays. Look for a concrete ruling closer to Wednesday's 9:00 ET tipoff.... See More ... See Less
Suns' Bradley Beal: Ruled out Wednesday
Beal (back) will not play in Wednesday's game against Minnesota, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports.
Several reports on Wednesday indicated that Beal would play, and he was also carrying a probable tag prior to this update. This is very unfortunate for the Suns, as they were hoping to have their entire starting lineup available Wednesday. Beal should be considered questionable for Friday's game against the Jazz.... See More ... See Less
Suns' Bradley Beal: Cleared to play Wednesday
Beal (back) is available for Wednesday's game against Minnesota, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
Beal has continued to deal with renewed back discomfort, but he had been listed as probable heading into Wednesday. With Beal, Devin Booker (calf) and Kevin Durant all getting the green light to play Wednesday, the trio will share the court together for the first time all season. Over his first three appearances of the season, Beal has averaged 17.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 3.7 assists in 28.7 minutes per game, but he's shot just 39.1 percent from the floor.... See More ... See Less
Suns' Bradley Beal: On track for Wednesday
Beal (back) is expected to play Wednesday versus Minnesota, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports.
After missing Phoenix's first seven games of the season while dealing with back spasms, Beal has started each of the last three contests, logging 30-plus minutes on two occasions. On Tuesday, Beal discussed dealing with continued back discomfort and tightness throughout games, but he'll continue playing through the injury. Beal, Devin Booker (calf) and Kevin Durant all appear on track to play Wednesday, marking the first time all three will be available in the same game this season.... See More ... See Less
Suns' Bradley Beal: Still dealing with back tightness
Beal acknowledged after Sunday's 111-99 loss to the Thunder that he's still dealing with discomfort in his back,
Sunday marked Beal's third appearance in a Suns uniform since making his debut on Nov. 8 in Chicago. The veteran guard finished with 15 points (6-17 FG, 0-5 3Pt, 3-6 FT), eight rebounds and five assists in 30 minutes, but he committed five turnovers, and his shooting was well off the mark. Beal doesn't seem to anticipate missing any time, but the fact that he's still not 100 percent is a bit concerning for fantasy managers -- especially with the Suns playing only three games during the upcoming week. Once Devin Booker (calf) returns -- which could happen as soon as Wednesday against Minnesota -- Beal will likely settle in as Phoenix's clear No. 3 option on offense.... See More ... See Less
Suns' Bradley Beal: Available Sunday
Beal (back) is available for Sunday's game against the Thunder, Gerald Bourguet of GoPHNX.com reports.
Beal was probable for Sunday's matchup, so his availability isn't particularly surprising. Over his first two appearances of the season, he's averaged 18.5 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 27.5 minutes per game.... See More ... See Less
Suns' Bradley Beal: Probable Sunday
Beal (back) is probable to play Sunday against Oklahoma City, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports.
Beal continues to navigate his return from back spasms, but he logged 32 minutes in Friday's loss to the Lakers, and no setback was reported. It wouldn't be surprising to see him suit up Sunday.... See More ... See Less
Suns' Bradley Beal: Will play Friday
Beal (back) will play in Friday's game against the Lakers, according to Mike Trudell of Spectrum SportsNet.
No surprise here, as Beal was previously carrying a probable tag. According to coach Frank Vogel, Beal is expected to see a similar workload to Wednesday's game in which he played 24 minutes.... See More ... See Less
Suns' Bradley Beal: Probable for Friday
Beal (back) is probable for Friday's game against the Lakers.
Probable tags after a player just returns from a lengthy injury are pretty common, so fantasy managers shouldn't be alarmed here. Beal looked rusty in his return Wednesday, finishing with 13 points on 3-of-12 shooting in 24 minutes. Expect his restrictions to be eased a bit more Friday.... See More ... See Less
Suns' Bradley Beal: Turns in solid team debut
Beal ended Wednesday's 116-115 overtime win over Chicago with 13 points (3-12 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 4-4 FT), four rebounds, four assists and one block across 24 minutes.
Beal made his team debut Wednesday after missing the Suns' first seven games with back injury, with his return pushing Eric Gordon to the bench. The 30-year-old guard displayed some rust but was efficient from three-point range and the free-throw line while committing just two turnovers to four assists. He'll presumably see his minutes ramp up Friday against the Lakers, when it's possible he'll be joined in the backcourt for the first time by Devin Booker (calf), who missed his third straight game Wednesday.... See More ... See Less
Suns' Bradley Beal: Will have minutes monitored
Coach Frank Vogel said Beal (back) will have his minutes monitored during Wednesday's game against the Bulls, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports.
Vogel wouldn't specify exactly how many minutes Beal will play during his season debut, but the Suns' big offseason addition will be starting Wednesday's contest. Devin Booker (calf) remains sidelined, so while he's on the court, Beal should serve as the No. 2 offensive option behind Kevin Durant.... See More ... See Less
Suns' Bradley Beal: Available Wednesday
Beal (back) will play Wednesday against the Bulls, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
Beal was questionable ahead of Wednesday's matchup, but he'll be able to make his season debut in Chicago. Although Devin Booker (calf) will be unavailable Wednesday, Beal may face a minutes restriction following his absence to begin the season. Booker could be available this weekend, so the Suns are close to getting their full rotation on the court together for the first time.... See More ... See Less
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