Phoenix Suns’ standout guard Bradley Beal is slated for a re-evaluation in three weeks as he recovers from a lower back strain, according to the team.
Due to a lingering back problem, the seasoned guard has only participated in three games this season, and the issue had also restricted his involvement in training camp.
Beal, acquired from the Washington Wizards in the offseason in a trade involving Chris Paul, Landry Shamet, and four future first-round pick swaps, was envisioned to form a new “Big Three” alongside Kevin Durant and Devin Booker.
The trio of Kevin Durant, Devin Booker, and Bradley Beal has not shared the court in a game this season, and the anticipation for their collective appearance remains unfulfilled.
With a 5-6 record to commence the season, the Phoenix Suns are set to confront the Utah Jazz( 4-7 ) in the In-Season Tournament on Friday night.