When will Bradley Beal return to action?

Bradley Beal, who has managed to earn significant number of awards and accolades in his NBA career, has definitely etched his name among the league’s high-profile players. Bradley’s 11-year Wizards spell, marked with noble achievements, motivated the Phoenix Suns’ trade earlier this year.

Though Bradley’s arrival at the Suns sparked excitement, with his devastating injury incident, interest is high on when the shooting guard will return for the Suns following a matchup against the Nuggets.

When will Bradley Beal return to action?

Bradley Beal, the 30-year-old shooting guard, after joining the Phoenix Suns from the Washington Wizards, managed a handful of games, before his back injury resurfaced again. After being re-evaluated for his lower back strain earlier in November, it was revealed that the shooting guard, Bradley Beal, would be out for at least three weeks. Upon entering December, it’s quite certain that Bradley Beal will make a return this month.

The Phoenix Suns star Bradley Beal has missed a handful of games and is set to miss the Nugget game amid back injury.
Bradley Beal Via Getty

After the Wizards’ trade, Bradley made his debut in a 116-115 overtime defeat to the Chicago Bulls on November 8, and the next two games, which were his last, came in the 111-99 defeat against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Bradley Beal has only managed just three games for the Phoenix Suns, averaging an applaudable 17.3 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 3.7 assists per game.

Suns vs Nuggets injury report

The epic matchup between the Denver Nuggets and the Phoenix Suns, scheduled for Friday, December 1, 2023, promises a thrilling atmosphere, but not without some notable players from both sides being sidelined due to injury. The Phoenix Suns hold an impressive 11-7 record as they face off against the Denver Nuggets, who are on a 13-6 record. The Denver Nuggets will be missing the services of power forward Vlatko Cancar, out due to a knee injury.

Additionally, power guard Aaron Gordon is out with a questionable status, despite averaging 13.1 points, 7.2 rebounds, and 3.8 assists per game.Furthermore, the latest addition to the Phoenix Suns’ injury list is shooting guard Devin Booker. In a game against the Raptors, he inadvertently stepped on a Toronto player’s foot, rolling his ankle. Devin Booker is sidelined with a questionable status and an ankle injury, averaging 27.3 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 8.5 assists per game.

The Phoenix Suns star Bradley Beal has missed a handful of games and is set to miss the Nugget game amid back injury.
Bradley Beal Via Getty

The Phoenix Suns will also be without the presence of shooting guard Damion Lee, out through a knee injury, Bradley Beal, out through back injury and set to miss the eighth game in the new season. Shooting guard Grayson Allen, also out through questionable status and illness, and averaging 11.9 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game.

While the Nuggets recently clinched a 134-124 victory over the Rockets in their last outing, with Jokic’s stunning 32 points pacing the Nuggets to victory, the Suns unfortunately lost their last game 112-105 against the Raptors recently, and even Kevin Durant’s 30 points couldn’t avert the Suns’ loss. As the Nuggets and Suns face off at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona, each team will be looking to maximize the contributions of their available and healthy players.

Shariare Hasib

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Shariare Hasib is an NBA Editor at SportsKnot. With a master's degree in journalism from a prestigious university, Shariare started writing about the sport during his undergraduate years. Since then, he has been fascinated by LeBron James' lasting impact as well as Stephen Curry's incredible consistency. He specializes in live basketball coverage. Apart from reporting on trade speculations and match updates during off-season activities, Shariare frequently interacts with fan communities to stay abreast of the constantly evolving NBA scene.


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