2:50 AM EDT, Wed July 26, 2017
NBA

Phoenix Suns' Brandon Knight tears ACL, expected to miss 2017-18 season

PHOENIX – Phoenix Suns guard Brandon Knight has sustained a torn ACL in his left knee and will undergo surgery, it was determined following an examination with Head Team Physician Dr. Tom Carter. The injury occurred last week while Knight was playing in his native South Florida. A timetable for his return will be determined at a later date, though he is expected to miss the 2017-18 season.

NBA

Phoenix Suns guard Brandon Knight tears ACL

A disappointing 2016-17 season has turned into a truly dreary 2017 offseason with the news that Phoenix Suns guard Brandon Knight tore the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his left knee last week and, after surgery, could be sidelined for all of 2017-18.

Sports Illustrated

Suns’ Brandon Knight Has Torn ACL, Likely Out for Season

Knight could reportedly miss the season with the injury.

Arizona Republic

Phoenix Suns get good news on Marquese Chriss ankle injury

Marquese Chriss should be ready for training camp after suffering a sprained ankle in Summer League action         

Arizona Republic

Phoenix Suns 2nd-rounder Alec Peters not letting injury slow him down

Suns 2nd-round pick Alec Peters isn't letting a leg injury bring him down         

Arizona Republic

Phoenix Suns point guard Tyler Ulis itching to return after ankle surgery

Suns point guard Tyler Ulis won't play in the Las Vegas summer league because of an ankle injury.         

Sun Herald

Suns' Dudley has surgery on left toe ligament and bone

Phoenix Suns forward Jared Dudley has undergone a left toe ligament and bone procedure. The Suns issued a statement on Tuesday saying Dudley had surgery last Friday and is expected …

NBA

Phoenix Suns forward Jared Dudley out 3-4 months after toe surgery

PHOENIX – Phoenix Suns forward Jared Dudley underwent a left toe ligament and bone procedure last Friday. The surgery was performed by Dr. David Porter at Methodist Sports Medicine in Indianapolis. Dudley is expected to return to full basketball activity in approximately 3-4 months.