Bradley Beal out at least two weeks with sprained ankle, team announces

Following a back injury, Bradley Beal played just three games for the Suns before suffering a sprained right ankle against the Knicks Friday. He will miss at least two weeks.

The injury happened when Beal lost his balance after shooting a three-pointer and hit Donte DiVincenzo in the foot

Reviewing the play, it was decided that DiVincenzo got a Flagrant 1 for not giving Bealroom to land.

There have been only six games this season that Beal has played in. In those six games, he has averaged 14.7 points per game. The Suns praised their "big three" of Beal.

 Two games have been played between Kevin Durant and Devin Booker. One of those games was against the Knicks, but Beal left early.

According to the Associated Press, Suns coach Frank Vogel said after the Knicks game, "Injuries are a part of the game." It makes me sad for him. 

From behind, you could see that he was sad. Keeping him up is my main concern. It's been a frustrating season for him because of injuries. He'll be back soon.

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