Friday, January 28 2022

One of the most anticipated matchups of the young season, the Phoenix Suns hosting the Golden State Warriors, lost some luster in the first half when Devin Booker left with a left hamstring injury. Per the Suns, Booker will not return to the game. 

Booker had scored 10 points on 4-of-9 shooting prior to exiting halfway through the second quarter. 

Hopefully, for the Suns, who had won 16 straight coming into this game, this is more of a precautionary measure and not something that will keep Booker out for significant time. Booker was seen cheering from the bench in the second half. 

We will update this post when an official diagnosis is made. 



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