PHOENIX – The Suns star, Devin Booker, will be stopped for the last three regular season games after spraining her left ankle in the 118-97 loss to Utah Jazz on Wednesday, said Jordan Schultz, from the source, a league source.
Booker was injured when he landed awkwardly as a pass made his way through the first quarter with 4:28 left. He was assisted by the training staff and the entire Suns Bank moved from one end of the field to the other to be at his side.
Booker was ruled out for the rest of the game and finished with eight points. His injury left the Suns without five of their best players. It consisted of Deandre Ayton, goalkeeper Tyler Johnson and forwards Kelly Oubre Jr. and T.J. Warren were all injured and did not play.
Booker averaged 36.2 points in the previous 11 games, scoring 25 points or more in each contest in that segment. He recently had two consecutive games of more than 50 points.
Phoenix has the worst record of the Western Conference with 18-61.
Associated Press contributed to this report.