News Report: Devin Booker set return and give Suns Big 3 a debut in next few hours……

Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker (right calf strain) could return from injury as soon as Friday’s home game against the Los Angeles Lakers, per The Athletic’s Shams Charania.

With guard Bradley Beal making his season debut on Wednesday in Chicago and Kevin Durant in the fold, that could be the debut of Phoenix’s Big 3.

Charania’s reporting adds Booker could come back on Sunday versus the Oklahoma City Thunder or Wednesday’s matchup with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Booker played through left big toe soreness in the season opener when he sprained his left ankle, forcing him to miss three games. After he returned on that ankle in Thursday’s loss to San Antonio, Booker injured his right calf, now sidelining him for three more games.

Goodwin played 17 minutes in the overtime win against the Bulls on Wednesday, scoring six points and pulling down two rebounds. Goodwin’s injury stems from an injury in the game against the Detroit Pistons on Nov. 5, according to Duane Rankin of the Arizona Republic. Goodwin is averaging 7.1 points and four rebounds per game this season for Phoenix.

Lee has yet to play this season after hurting his knee during a preseason workout.

Catch the Phoenix Suns take on the Los Angeles Lakers on, the Arizona Sports app and 98.7.


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