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NBA News: With a right hamstring injury, Suns guard Devin Booker will be sidelined indefinitely

NBA News: Phoenix's leading scorer suffered a right hamstring injury in Game 2 that will cause him to be out of the lineup.

NBA news: In Game 2, Phoenix’s leading scorer sustained a right hamstring injury that will keep him out of the lineup for the rest of the season. To know more, read this NBA News.

Devin Booker, the All-Star guard for the Phoenix Suns, has been ruled out indefinitely. It is after suffering a right hamstring injury in Game 2. It was of the club’s first-round series against the New Orleans Pelicans, according to the team. Booker has a slight right hamstring injury, according to the Suns, and “there is no timeframe for his recovery.”

The injury occurred in Game 2 of the series. In which the Suns lost 125-114 to even the series at 1-1. The series continues with Game 3 on Friday (9:30 ET, ESPN) and Game 4 on Sunday (9:30 ET, TNT). They are both in New Orleans.

Booker is “unlikely” to play in the next two games. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, although he might return later in the series. Booker might also be sidelined for the next 2 to 3 weeks, according to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst. According to Windhorst, the Suns are still trying to figure out when Booker will return.

With a right hamstring injury, Suns guard Devin Booker will be sidelined indefinitely
With a right hamstring injury, Suns guard Devin Booker will be sidelined indefinitely

READ MORE: The NBA season for the Los Angeles Lakers was the worst in the team’s history – Magic Johnson

Booker had a fantastic first half on Tuesday, scoring 31 points (12-for-19 shooting) before suffering an injury in the third quarter and departing the game.

NBA News: How will Devin Booker’s injury impact the series between the Pelicans and Suns?

Booker leaped to contest a fastbreak dunk by New Orleans’ Jaxson Hayes on the possession before he left, but it wasn’t obvious whether he was harmed. When he exited with 4 minutes, 35 seconds left in the fourth, the Suns were behind 77-74.

Landry Shamet substituted in for Booker and finished with five points on 2-for-3 shooting in 11 minutes.

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Booker returned to the game in warmups at the start of the fourth quarter and never played again. With a hamstring injury early in the season, he missed several games.

Following the game, there was little information on how long Booker would be out since he required an MRI on Wednesday to establish the severity of his injury. The injury, according to Suns guard Chris Paul, was no justification for the team’s Game 2 defeat.

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Paul stated, “We’ve got players that are more than capable of stepping up.” “The book was lethal. He was having a huge game, but that’s how it goes.”

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Booker, who is expected to receive some Kia MVP votes this season, was key in Phoenix’s 110-99 Game 1 victory, scoring 25 points, eight rebounds, and six assists.

READ MORE: After the Nets’ Game 2 loss to the Celtics, Kevin Durant’s struggles were called out

NBA news: In Game 2, Phoenix’s leading scorer sustained a right hamstring injury that will keep him out of the lineup for the rest of the season. To know more, read this NBA News.

Devin Booker, the All-Star guard for the Phoenix Suns, has been ruled out indefinitely. It is after suffering a right hamstring injury in Game 2. It was of the club’s first-round series against the New Orleans Pelicans, according to the team. Booker has a slight right hamstring injury, according to the Suns, and “there is no timeframe for his recovery.”

The injury occurred in Game 2 of the series. In which the Suns lost 125-114 to even the series at 1-1. The series continues with Game 3 on Friday (9:30 ET, ESPN) and Game 4 on Sunday (9:30 ET, TNT). They are both in New Orleans.

Booker is “unlikely” to play in the next two games. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, although he might return later in the series. Booker might also be sidelined for the next 2 to 3 weeks, according to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst. According to Windhorst, the Suns are still trying to figure out when Booker will return.

With a right hamstring injury, Suns guard Devin Booker will be sidelined indefinitely
With a right hamstring injury, Suns guard Devin Booker will be sidelined indefinitely

READ MORE: The NBA season for the Los Angeles Lakers was the worst in the team’s history – Magic Johnson

Booker had a fantastic first half on Tuesday, scoring 31 points (12-for-19 shooting) before suffering an injury in the third quarter and departing the game.

NBA News: How will Devin Booker’s injury impact the series between the Pelicans and Suns?

Booker leaped to contest a fastbreak dunk by New Orleans’ Jaxson Hayes on the possession before he left, but it wasn’t obvious whether he was harmed. When he exited with 4 minutes, 35 seconds left in the fourth, the Suns were behind 77-74.

Landry Shamet substituted in for Booker and finished with five points on 2-for-3 shooting in 11 minutes.

Booker returned to the game in warmups at the start of the fourth quarter and never played again. With a hamstring injury early in the season, he missed several games.

Following the game, there was little information on how long Booker would be out since he required an MRI on Wednesday to establish the severity of his injury. The injury, according to Suns guard Chris Paul, was no justification for the team’s Game 2 defeat.

Paul stated, “We’ve got players that are more than capable of stepping up.” “The book was lethal. He was having a huge game, but that’s how it goes.”

Booker, who is expected to receive some Kia MVP votes this season, was key in Phoenix’s 110-99 Game 1 victory, scoring 25 points, eight rebounds, and six assists.

READ MORE: After the Nets’ Game 2 loss to the Celtics, Kevin Durant’s struggles were called out

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NBA news: In Game 2, Phoenix’s leading scorer sustained a right hamstring injury that will keep him out of the lineup for the rest of the season. To know more, read this NBA News.

Devin Booker, the All-Star guard for the Phoenix Suns, has been ruled out indefinitely. It is after suffering a right hamstring injury in Game 2. It was of the club’s first-round series against the New Orleans Pelicans, according to the team. Booker has a slight right hamstring injury, according to the Suns, and “there is no timeframe for his recovery.”

The injury occurred in Game 2 of the series. In which the Suns lost 125-114 to even the series at 1-1. The series continues with Game 3 on Friday (9:30 ET, ESPN) and Game 4 on Sunday (9:30 ET, TNT). They are both in New Orleans.

Booker is “unlikely” to play in the next two games. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, although he might return later in the series. Booker might also be sidelined for the next 2 to 3 weeks, according to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst. According to Windhorst, the Suns are still trying to figure out when Booker will return.

With a right hamstring injury, Suns guard Devin Booker will be sidelined indefinitely
With a right hamstring injury, Suns guard Devin Booker will be sidelined indefinitely

READ MORE: The NBA season for the Los Angeles Lakers was the worst in the team’s history – Magic Johnson

Booker had a fantastic first half on Tuesday, scoring 31 points (12-for-19 shooting) before suffering an injury in the third quarter and departing the game.

NBA News: How will Devin Booker’s injury impact the series between the Pelicans and Suns?

Booker leaped to contest a fastbreak dunk by New Orleans’ Jaxson Hayes on the possession before he left, but it wasn’t obvious whether he was harmed. When he exited with 4 minutes, 35 seconds left in the fourth, the Suns were behind 77-74.

Landry Shamet substituted in for Booker and finished with five points on 2-for-3 shooting in 11 minutes.

Booker returned to the game in warmups at the start of the fourth quarter and never played again. With a hamstring injury early in the season, he missed several games.

Following the game, there was little information on how long Booker would be out since he required an MRI on Wednesday to establish the severity of his injury. The injury, according to Suns guard Chris Paul, was no justification for the team’s Game 2 defeat.

Paul stated, “We’ve got players that are more than capable of stepping up.” “The book was lethal. He was having a huge game, but that’s how it goes.”

Booker, who is expected to receive some Kia MVP votes this season, was key in Phoenix’s 110-99 Game 1 victory, scoring 25 points, eight rebounds, and six assists.

READ MORE: After the Nets’ Game 2 loss to the Celtics, Kevin Durant’s struggles were called out

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