Injury Report Suns – Spurs: Will Kevin Durant, Keldon Johnson and Chris Paul play on the court?

On Tuesday night, the red-hot Phoenix Suns host the suddenly dangerous San Antonio Spurs. They want to win their sixth straight game.

The latest news on Kevin Durant, Keldon Johnson, and Chris Paul

As the regular season nears its end, Phoenix’s (43-35) roster is starting to take shape.

On Sunday, the Suns beat the Thunder on the road, 128-118, thanks to 35 points from Kevin Durant. This was Phoenix’s longest win streak since November (5).

With Durant on the team, Phoenix is looking more and more like the powerhouse that many people thought it would be. When Durant is on the court, the Suns never lose (6-0).

Durant scored 30 points for the second straight game and the third time in a Suns uniform.

Durant missed three weeks because of an ankle sprain. When he came back last Wednesday, he looked out of shape, but he has since gotten back to his best and is ready to help the Suns do well in the rest of the season and in the playoffs.

Devin Booker had 22 points and 10 assists against the Suns, Deandre Ayton had 19 points and 11 rebounds, and Chris Paul had 16 points and 8 assists.

Chris Paul again had a lot of assists on Sunday night, and he also shot well, scoring 16 points on only nine shots.

This season, the 37-year-old has taken an average of 1.6 steals per game.

The Suns are still in fourth place in the West and are three games ahead of the Lakers and Pelicans in the race to get the guaranteed playoff spots for the conference without having to play in the play-in tournament.

Phoenix has won both of its games against the Spurs so far this season. Since May 2021, when the two teams first met, Phoenix has won eight straight games against San Antonio.

The Spurs (20-58) won a thrilling 142-134 game in overtime in Sacramento on Sunday to end a six-game losing streak.

Devin Vassell, Jeremy Sochan, and Keldon Johnson could not play for San Antonio because they were all hurt.

Paul Garcia of says that Johnson might not be able to play in Tuesday’s game in Phoenix because he hurt his foot.

Even though Johnson has missed six of the last eight games because of a foot injury, Keita Bates-Diop and Doug McDermott should continue to get more playing time on Tuesday.

Injury Reports Spurs:

  • Zach Collins (Finger)
  • Romeo Langford (Thigh)
  • Keldon Johnson (Foot)
  • Khem Birch (Knee)
  • Jeremy Sochan (Knee) – Out
  • Devin Vassell (Knee) – Out
  • Charles Bassey (Kneecap) – Out for the season

Injury Reports Suns:

  • None of injuries.