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Kellan Olson: Suns center Deandre Ayton (left knee soreness) is questionable for tomorrow’s game against the Spurs. Cam Johnson and Abdel Nader remain out.
Kellan Olson: DA said it was difficult to work back from his ankle injury during quarantine. Called it a bone bruise. Was on facetime and calls to try and get the necessary work done.
Kellan Olson: Cam Johnson (low back/right hip contusion) and Deandre Ayton (right hip soreness) have been added to the injury report and are questionable. Aron Baynes (rib contusion) also added and is probable.
Duane Rankin: Deandre Ayton (ankle) out tonight. #Suns
Duane Rankin: Deandre Ayton will return tonight from a right ankle sprain that sidelined him 5 games after suffering injury in his return game from 25-game suspension . This will be just his 3rd game as the #Suns will play their 23rd game tonight. Facing #RipCity in 3rd of 4-game road trip.
Kellan Olson: Deandre Ayton (right ankle sprain) is out tomorrow. Kelly Oubre Jr. (right groin) is probable.
Gerald Bourguet: Suns confirm Deandre Ayton and T.J. Warren are out tomorrow, along with Devin Booker, Tyler Johnson and Kelly Oubre
Gerald Bourguet: Suns list Deandre Ayton (left ankle sprain) as out for tomorrow’s game against the Cavs. Tyler Johnson and T.J. Warren still out too
Duane Rankin: Deandre Ayton riding out in cart after spraining left ankle tonight vs. #GrindCity. #Suns pic.twitter.com/Mn5JGWoWDc
Gina Mizell: Igor Kokoskov says during his pregame availability that, unless something goes haywire during warmups, Deandre Ayton will return from his sprained ankle tonight vs. Atlanta. He will start and have no minutes restrictions #Suns
Gina Mizell: Per #Suns, Deandre Ayton (ankle) is doubtful to play tomorrow at San Antonio. He has missed the past five games.
Gina Mizell: Kokoskov says Deandre Ayton is OUT tonight vs. Lakers but that he’s not overly concerned about Ayton’s sprained ankle. Richaun Holmes (sprained foot) will be active and could play. De’Anthony Melton (sprained ankle) is projected to be out until All-Star break. #Suns
Duane Rankin: Deandre Ayton (ankle) and Richaun Holmes (foot) are questionable for Sunday night’s game at #Lakers after missing last four games. De’Anthony Melton (ankle) out as he was wearing a boot on it last night. TJ Warren has been shut down for two weeks w/right ankle soreness. #Suns
Gerald Bourguet: Kokoskov says Ayton and Holmes are out tonight. Bender will start again
Gerald Bourguet: Deandre Ayton (left ankle sprain) is listed as doubtful for tomorrow. Richaun Holmes (right foot sprain) is questionable.
Gerald Bourguet: Suns say Deandre Ayton (left ankle sprain) and Richaun Holmes (right foot sprain) are both out tonight
Duane Rankin: Deandre Ayton (left ankle sprain) and Richaun Holmes (right foot sprain) questionable for tonight’s game at Minnesota after suffering injuries last night at Charlotte. Ayton hurt ankle trying to avoid TJ Warren in 1st half while Holmes hurt foot on dunk in 3rd quarter. #Suns
Gina Mizell: Ayton will start tonight vs. Clippers, per Igor. #Suns
Gina Mizell: Personnel newsy bits from #Suns practice * T.J. Warren is expected to play limited minutes tomorrow vs. Clippers * Deandre Ayton missed practice with flu-like symptoms, Igor said. * Devin Booker did some recovery stuff during today’s practice but is OUT tomorrow.
Gerald Bourguet: Suns list Troy Daniels (concussion protocol) as questionable for tomorrow’s game against the Warriors. Deandre Ayton (ankle) was not listed on the injury report, so that’s good.
Gina Mizell: Deandre Ayton is available to play tonight for the #Suns, per coach Igor Kokoskov.
Duane Rankin: Good news for #Suns fans. Deandre Ayton has been upgraded to probable with the right ankle sprain for tonight’s game at Denver. pic.twitter.com/RgsxE4UXQK
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Spoelstra has accepted an invitation to join the USA Basketball coaching staff for its Olympic preparations in Las Vegas next month. The Miami Heat coach, who went head-to-head against Popovich and San Antonio in the 2013 and 2014 NBA Finals, will be involved coaching the U.S. select team — a group of players that will be brought in to practice and scrimmage against the Olympic roster.
“I really just want to be a part of the program,” Spoelstra said. “I’m always pushing myself to get better in the offseasons; I go visit people and all that stuff. This is going to be a basketball immersion. I mean, the dinners, the team meetings … for where I am right now in my career, I think this is the perfect thing for a summer of development.”