Suns vs Heat Wednesday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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Devin Booker and the Phoenix Suns (52-13) will take on Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat (44-22) in part of the Wednesday NBA slate.

Still without Chris Paul in the lineup, the Suns at least will have Devin Booker back in the fold for this game after a four-game absence due to the NBA health & safety protocol.

Deandre Ayton and Mikal Bridges have stepped up while both Booker and Paul were sidelined. While Booker is back in the lineup, those two will remain pivotal.

The Heat will have Kyle Lowry in the lineup after his recent absences due to personal reasons.

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How to Watch Phoenix Suns vs Miami Heat

Here’s everything to know about how to tune in to watch Phoenix Suns vs Miami Heat:

Date: Wednesday, March 9

Time: 7:30 p.m. ET

Location: FTX Arena in Miami, Florida

TV Channel: ESPN

Injury Report for Phoenix Suns vs Miami Heat

Phoenix Suns Injury Report: Cam Johnson – questionable (quad), Chris Paul – out (thumb), Dario Saric – out (ACL injury), Frank Kaminsky – out (knee)

Miami Heat Injury Report: Markieff Morris – out (neck)

Projected Starting Lineups for Phoenix Suns vs Miami Heat

Phoenix Suns Projected Starting Lineup: G Cameron Payne, G Devin Booker, F Mikal Bridges, F Jae Crowder, C Deandre Ayton

Miami Heat Projected Starting Lineup: G Kyle Lowry, G Duncan Robinson, F Jimmy Butler, F PJ Tucker, C Bam Adebayo

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