Devin Booker is reportedly ‘unlikely’ to play Games 3 and 4 of the Suns-Pelicans series due to the hamstring strain he suffered in Game 2.
The right hamstring strain is believed to be mild and Devin Booker isn’t being ruled out of this opening-round series vs. New Orleans, sources tell ESPN. https://t.co/mFr2XIr25s
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) April 20, 2022
According to League insider Adrian Wojnarowski, the Suns believe Booker’s injury is mild. The franchise won’t be ruling out their leading scorer for the remainder of their first-round series.
Booker dropped 31 points in one half on Tuesday before straining his hamstring, tracking down Jaxson Hayes in transition. The Suns lost 125-114 as the Pelicans stormed back to tie the series up 1-1 before the series shifted to New Orleans for the next two games.