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Despite leaving Game 2 early with a knee injury, Suns F Torrey Craig intends to play in Game 3 after the MRI came back clean.
Craig played just seven minutes in Game 2 after playing 16 minutes off the bench in Game 1. He'll give it a go tonight despite the injury that forced him to leave Thursday night's game early. Craig has been a defensive menace off the bench for the Suns of late, and his presence will be felt in trying to defend the Bucks' big three in Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jrue Holiday, and Khris Middleton in Game 3.
Phoenix Suns head coach Monty Williams said Torrey Craig will "give it a go" in Friday's game against the Thunder.
Craig was listed as questionable entering this game with a knee injury. He should continue to see a decent amount of playing time with Frank Kaminsky (health and safety protocols) and Abdel Nader (knee) sidelined.
Bucks forward Torrey Craig (nasal fracture) is expected to be out two-plus weeks after having reconstructive surgery on Thursday.
So far this season Craig has only averaged 6.5 minutes per game. In his absence expect forward Jordan Nwora to pick up more playing time.
Bucks guard Torrey Craig (nasal fracture) is listed as out for Tuesday's game versus the Heat.
Craig has played limited minutes so far this season. He has yet to score a point on the season, logging only 13 minutes across two games. Craig has no real value in fantasy leagues.
Per source, Nuggets G/F Torrey Craig is set to arrive with teammate Gary Harris in Orlando on Sunday.
Both Craig and Harris will then be in a mandatory 48-hour quarantine prior to joining the rest of the Nuggets team. Craig is a solid rotational piece who often gets the starting nod due to his ability to defend the other team’s best player. He averages under 20 minutes per game, but gives 110% effort on the defensive end of the floor when he’s on the court.