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Wed Mar 26
W 99 - 93at WAS
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W 112 - 88NY
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L 115 - 99at LAL
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L 112 - 108LAC
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W 109 - 93at POR
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W 122 - 115OKC
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W 94 - 88at NO
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L 112 - 104at SA
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L 101 - 98at DAL
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L 97 - 91MEM
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W 104 - 99at SAC
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Southwest
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San Antonio38-1462-20
Houston31-2154-28
Memphis29-2350-32
Dallas29-2349-33
New Orleans15-3734-48
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Northwest
CONF
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Overall
W-L
Oklahoma City36-1659-23
Portland31-2154-28
Minnesota23-2940-42
Denver20-3236-46
Utah13-3925-57
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Pacific
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
L.A. Clippers36-1657-25
Golden St.31-2151-31
Phoenix28-2448-34
Sacramento15-3728-54
L.A. Lakers15-3727-55
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Goran Dragic out for finale
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

Suns guard Goran Dragic had been fighting through an ankle injury over the last few games, but he will not be on the floor for the season finale against the Kings.

With the Suns' playoff hopes dashed following their last loss, Dragic will not push his ankle in the season finale Wednesday against the Kings, with the Arizona Republic reporting Tuesday he will be out for the finale.

Dragic has been one of the most improved players in the league this season, registering career-highs in nearly every relevant category. Dragic appeared in 76 games this season, averaging 20.3 points, 5.9 assists and 3.2 rebounds per game. He shout 50.5 percent from the field and 40.8 percent from three-point range. 

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Goran Dragic fights through ankle injury in tough loss
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

Suns guard Goran Dragic gave everything he had on a bad ankle Saturday, in a 101-98 loss to the Mavericks that may have decided the Suns' playoff fate.

Dragic, who missed the team's previous game with a sprained ankle, fought through the pain to play 40 minutes in the must-win game. He struggled a bit, scoring 13 points on 6 of 18 shooting, while adding five rebounds and four assists and turning the ball over twice in the loss. Suns coach Jeff Hornacek told ESPN.com after the game he tried to remove Dragic at multiple times, but Dragic refused.

Dragic ended up sitting just four minutes in the second half, and it is not clear whether the injury will require further time off. The Suns play again Monday against the Grizzlies in what is essentially an elimination game, so it would be a surprise if Dragic sits. 

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Goran Dragic able to play Saturday
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

Suns guard Goran Dragic is in the starting lineup Saturday against the Mavericks, after missing the team's previous game against the Spurs with the injury. Dragic was cleared to play after making it through pregame warm-ups, and will have his minutes monitored depending on his pain tolerance, according to the Arizona Republic

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Goran Dragic unlikely to play Friday, hoping for Saturday
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

Suns guard Goran Dragic has been downgraded to doubtful for Friday against the Spurs, though he did tell the Arizona Republic the injury has improved over the last day.

"It feels way better than yesterday, that's for sure," Dragic said. "The swelling went down but it's stiff. It has a lot of discoloration. Every day is better. We'll see how the treatment goes and see tomorrow but probably not tonight. It's not even ready to play now. There's just too much swelling. The stiffness and bruising is hurting too much now."

Dragic will try to play in one half of the team's upcoming back-to-back, but it looks like he will be targeting Saturday against the Mavericks instead. He will continue to receive treatment before testing the ankle in pregame warm-ups Friday before making the official call.

 

 

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Goran Dragic dealing with ankle injury, could sit Friday
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

Suns guard Goran Dragic might be forced to sit out Friday's game against the Spurs, as he is dealing with an ankle injury that has him officially questionable for the first half of the team's upcoming back-to-back.

Dragic underwent treatment Thursday to get some of the swelling in the ankle down, but the Arizona Republic reports he may be limited to one half of the team's back to back.

"I want to play every game if I can, of course," Dragic said. "We'll see how the ankle is going to react and how I'm going to feel. Hopefully, I'm going to get better soon and we'll see if I'm going to play."

The Suns are in a fight for their playoff lives with just a few games left in the season, and Dragic is a big part of why. He will likely continue receiving treatment throughout the day Friday, before being a gametime decision.  

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