NBA 2022 Live: Nets vs Suns Preview, Team News, Predicted Line-Ups and BKN vs PHX Dream11 Prediction. The Brooklyn Nets will visit the Footprint Center to take on the Phoenix Suns – in their first game of February.
Where to watch the game?
The Suns won the previous meeting between the two clubs this season by a six-point margin, 113-107. On Tuesday at the Footprint Center in Arizona, the Brooklyn Nets will face the Phoenix Suns in their second and potentially last encounter of the season.
If you have an NBA League Pass membership, you can watch the game on the NBA App, and it will also be broadcast nationally on TNT. Let’s take a look at the most recent team news and our Dream11 picks for the Brooklyn Nets vs Phoenix Suns matchup.
Team news and injuries
James Harden, the Nets’ best player, is classified as doubtful for the upcoming game due to an injury in his right hand. Forward Kevin Durant will sit out the game while he recovers from a sprained MCL in his left knee. Due to an injured left ankle, LaMarcus Aldridge is classified as out. Following surgery on his left ankle, Joe Harris will miss a number of games. Forward Due to personal circumstances, Paul Millsap is unavailable.
Landry Shamet appeared in the last game against the Spurs, but he is classified as out for the upcoming match due to a right ankle sprain. Frank Kaminsky and Abdel Nader will miss the Nets game and are projected to miss many more this season, with no clear timeline for their return. Due to a ruptured ACL in his right knee, Dario Saric has not played a single game this season.
NBA 2022 Live: Nets vs Suns preview
This season, the Brooklyn Nets’ adversity-filled season has become the standard for the team. They lost Kevin Durant to a knee injury after reintroducing Kyrie Irving to the lineup, and now they’re missing James Harden as well. Irving and the Beard have not regularly provided wins, even when fit and available on the road.
Even without Deandre Ayton and Jared Crowder in the lineup these last few games, the NBA’s greatest fourth-quarter team has a new 10-game winning run and is showing no signs of slowing down. Cameron Johnson and Bismack Biyombo are filling in for Ayton and Crowder.
Head to Head record
The Suns and the Brooklyn Nets have split their 93 regular-season games, with the Suns winning 47 and the Nets winning 46. The Nets have won three of their previous five meetings with the Suns.
NBA 2022 Live: Nets vs Suns Predicted Lineups
Point Guard – Patty Mills | Shooting Guard – Kyrie Irving | Small Forward – DeAndre’ Bembry | Power Forward – Kessler Edwards | Center – Nic Claxton
Point Guard – Chris Paul | Shooting Guard – Devin Booker | Small Forward – Mikal Bridges | Power Forward – Cameron Johnson | Center – Bismack Biyombo
Nets vs Suns Live: Dream11 Team
Point Guard – P. Mills, C. Paul
Shooting Guard – K. Irving, D. Booker
Small Forward – M. Bridges, D. Bembry
Power Forward – C, Johnson
Center – N. Claxton
Disclaimer: The aforementioned Dream11 team is based on our own analysis. The NYK vs NOP Live Dream11 team does not guarantee positive results.