11:55 AM EST, Mon January 23, 2017
New York Post

Joakim Noah on the mend, and Jeff Hornacek’s still in his corner

Joakim Noah may return from a sprained left ankle for the Knicks on Saturday when they face the Suns at the Garden. Noah has missed the past two games with the injury and coach Jeff Hornacek insisted on not rushing him back. Hornacek has a far deeper appreciation of the former Defensive Player of the...

Utah Jazz Notes | Salt Lake Tribune

Utah Jazz: Rodney Hood diagnosed with bone bruise, avoids serious injury

The Utah Jazz got lucky on Sunday morning. Following an initial diagnosis of a hyperextended knee, Jazz shooting guard Rodney Hood underwent an MRI and has been diagnosed with a bone bruise, sources tell The Salt Lake Tribune. Hood will miss Utah’s game on Monday night against the Phoenix Suns, sources say, and could miss up to 1-2 weeks while waiting for the bone bruise to heal. Sources say Hood is still in significant pain, but that the MRI revealed no other structural damage to his knee. T...

FOX Sports

Suns Sizzle with Solid Shooting, Mute Miami

For the second straight night, the Suns opponent was missing important components. Unlike in LA, Phoenix managed to win the day.Without Hassan Whiteside (right retinal contusion), Justise Winslow (right shoulder injury), Dion Waiters (groin strain), James Johnson (migraine), and Tyler Johnson ...

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Johnson & Johnson the latest ailing for Heat

Word of caution: Never ask if it can get worse for the Miami Heat. It can. And it did Tuesday night against the Phoenix Suns. With Hassan Whiteside, Justise Winslow and Josh McRoberts left behind in Miami to deal with injuries, the shorthanded Heat essentially were left without any extra hands....

FOX Sports

Hill, Jazz look to tune out Suns

SALT LAKE CITY -- Recovering from a sprained toe has not been a simple thing for George Hill. The Utah Jazz point guard ended up being sidelined for nearly a month while dealing with his latest injury.