Suns' Devin Booker to miss 2-3 weeks with left adductor strain

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At the moment Booker's injury has been explained as a strained left adductor, an injury that even as a low grade strain would be something that could be expected to force him to sit out for at least a week or two.

The Suns confirmed the news on their official Twitter account and by Suns general manager Ryan McDonough broke the news on 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station's Burns & Gambo.

But he suffered a serious-looking groin strain last night. Following trainer evaluations, Booker was carried off the floor and sent to the locker room.

This means the Suns are going to have to part ways with one of their active-roster players to get down to 15. Booker also is tied with LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo with the most 30-point games this season with ten. With Booker out until further notice, the Suns will have to attempt to find a way to compete.

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Now in his third season, Booker's production will definitely be missed and will impact Phoenix.

"I think Josh Jackson will be thrust into a bigger role". He is averaging 24.3 points per contest while shooting 45 percent from the floor and 38 percent from 3.

Coming off a six-game trip, the Suns return to play Thursday night against Washington.

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