Unbelievable: Suns Preaching Patience as Injuries, Losses Stack

PHOENIX – As the year comes to a close, the Phoenix Suns are also hoping their recent form and health concerns continue to ease in 2023.

After losing Friday night’s game against the Sacramento Kings, the Suns have now lost their last game four of five and have yet to get their star trio of time.Phoenix did well (all things considered) even without its full Big 3 roster, although the threat of injury affected the rest of the team.”That’s part of it. I mean, you have to deal with it. It’s part of the NBA season,” Suns guard Devin Booker said. “We won’t be the only team dealing with injuries all the time. Good teams find a way to win when they’re behind.”Only three players have played in all 22 games so far: Jusuf Nurkic, Josh Okogie and Jordan Goodwin.Nurkic, along with emerging player Nassir Little, missed action in last night’s loss to Sacramento due to injury.“We lost two guys after some guys were knocked out. We lost two guys for parts of the game: Nassir (Little) for the whole game and (Jusuf) Nurkic for that crucial stretch in the third, but we’ll see where he’s at tomorrow,” Suns coach Frank Vogel said.

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