The day we get to see the big three of Phoenix all on the court at once is coming. Maybe within the next week.
Bradley Beal, who has been battling back spasms, is nearing his Suns debut and has been upgraded to questionable for Wednesday’s game in Chicago. Beal went through practice with the team on Tuesday and https://twitter.com/DuaneRankin/status/1721983819023040965 if Beal feels good coming out of this workout, he will play against the Bulls.
“He got some good work in yesterday, he got some live work in today. He looks good, we’ve just got to make sure we see how he feels from the work today, see how his body responds to it.”
If not Wednesday, then Beal seems on track to make his debut on Friday after missing the start of the season with lower back spasms.
Devin Booker is farther away from a return from a strained right calf, only doing some light shooting after practice Tuesday, and he is out vs. Chicago. However, Shams Charania of The Athletic reported the entire Suns trio could be on the court in 7-10 days.
The Suns are off to a 3-4 start with Kevin Durant carrying the load of a team with a +1.6 net rating, which is not bad considering the injuries. Durant said he’s proud of what the team has done during this run of injuries.
After playing in Chicago on Wednesday, the Suns host the Lakers on Friday (an In-Season Tournament game) and then the Thunder on Sunday.