Suns-Bulls Injury Report: Grayson Allen Questionable

The Phoenix Suns and Chicago Bulls face each other tonight. Here’s the injury report.


The Phoenix Suns are on the second night of a back-to-back and hope to extend their winning streak to six games as the Chicago Bulls come to town.


Here’s tonight’s injury report:




Grayson Allen (Left Knee Soreness) is Questionable


Eric Gordon (Right Wrist Soreness) is Questionable


Bol Bol (Right Foot Sprain) is Out


Damion Lee (Right Meniscus Surgery) is Out


Allen seemed to roll his ankle in last night’s action and is now listed as questionable ahead of tonight’s game. He’s arguably been Phoenix’s most important piece to the puzzle and has started every game he’s played in.


Bol has missed the last four games with his ankle injury, something Suns coach Frank Vogel still believes is not serious. Bol had emerged as a rising player in Phoenix’s rotation prior to his injury.


Jordan Goodwin was probable last night with an ankle sprain and ultimately was confirmed to be available. He did not feature for Vogel and has played no more than six minutes in any of his last six games played dating back to Dec. 29. He is off the injury report.


Lee remains out due to the meniscus surgery he had before training camp. His date for return is still unknown though Vogel said he is expected back before the end of the season.




Lonzo Ball (left knee surgery) is OUT


Torrey Craig (right plantar fascia sprain) is OUT


Zach LaVine (right ankle sprain) is OUT


Andre Drummond (low back spasm) is PROBABLE


Patrick Williams (right ankle strain) is PROBABLE


*Onuralp Bitim, Henri Drell and Adama Sanogo are all on G League assignment for Chicago and will not play*


Ball hasn’t played since the 2021-22 season and heading into this year, Ball was not expected to play at all in 2023-24.


Craig – a former Sun – hasn’t played for Chicago in over a month thanks to his sprain. He’s expected to miss 8-10 weeks with the injury and was recently cleared for light jogging.



Gideon Canice

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