Situated in the Rocky Mountains, DENVER — Guard Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns left Sunday night’s game versus the Denver Nuggets after suffering a groyne injury. After missing the previous three games due to groyne soreness, he scored two points in four minutes and twenty seconds.
After missing the previous three games due to groyne soreness, he scored two points in four minutes and twenty seconds.
Who is the best team out in the Western Conference in the NBA? Okay, that’s a day-to-day thing, I guess. Kevin Pelton Booker averaged 28 points a game and had scored 58 points against New Orleans on December 17. A total of 1,045 3-pointers have been made by Booker throughout his career. Only seven more and he’ll overtake Steve Nash as the franchise leader.
After A Three-Game Losing Streak, the Suns entered the Christmas Eve game…
Devin Booker, a shooting guard for the Phoenix Suns, had an injury to his left groyne in the first quarter of their Christmas game against the Denver Nuggets and had to leave the game. There’s no way he’ll come back.
Booker has missed the last three games due to what has been described as pain in his groyne. At the 7:40 mark of the first quarter, head coach Monty Williams replaced Booker with Landry Shamet and sent him to the bench. Before the end of the term, he was officially eliminated.
Losing seven of their last 10 games in December, the Suns have been playing some of their poorest basketball of the season. They lost by a large margin at home to the Memphis Grizzlies, and then they completely imploded in the last minutes of a game against the Washington Wizards.
Booker is averaging a new high of 28.0 points per game this season. In his last complete game, a victory over the New Orleans Pelicans, he played all 42 minutes and scored 58 points.
With Booker, Cam Payne (right foot strain), and Cam Johnson (meniscus injury), the Suns’ offence has struggled without its best player.
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