Suns vs Pelicans Tuesday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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Devin Booker and the Phoenix Suns (54-14) will take on Jonas Valanciunas and the New Orleans Pelicans (28-40) in part of the Tuesday NBA slate.

The well-oiled machine known as the Suns has continued to thrive without Chris Paul in the lineup. Devin Booker’s return from the NBA health & safety protocol has been key and the team hasn’t missed a beat. They embarrassed the Los Angeles Lakers in their last game in what became a 140-111 win.

The Pelicans have been attempting to stay afloat without Zion Williamson, CJ McCollum, and Brandon Ingram in the lineup as of late—proving to be a tall task.

Well, at least, until they played the Houston Rockets in their last outing, which was a 130-105 win with Jonas Valanciunas dropping 32 points and 10 rebounds.

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McCollum is now back in the lineup after being in the NBA health & safety protocol. He will be looking to help the Pelicans sneak a win against a top contender in the Western Conference without his star teammates.

How to Watch Phoenix Suns vs New Orleans Pelicans

Here’s everything to know about how to tune in to watch How to Watch Phoenix Suns vs New Orleans Pelicans:

Date: Tuesday, March 15

Time: 8:00 PM ET

Location: Smoothie King Arena in New Orleans, Louisiana

TV Channel: NBA TV

Injury Report for Phoenix Suns vs New Orleans Pelicans

Phoenix Suns Injury Report: Chris Paul – out (avulsion fracture), Cameron Johnson – out (quad contusion), Frank Kaminsky – out (knee stress reaction), Dario Saric – out (ACL tear), Gabriel Lundberg – out (not with team)

New Orleans Pelicans Injury Report: Brandon Ingram – out (hamstring soreness), Kira Lewis Jr. – out (knee ACL/MCL sprain), Larry Nance Jr. – out (knee arthroscopy), Zion Williamson (foot fracture)

Projected Starting Lineups for Phoenix Suns vs New Orleans Pelicans

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

New Orleans Pelicans Projected Starting Lineup: G Devonte’ Graham, G CJ McCollum, F Herbert Jones, F Jaxson Hayes, C Jonas Valanciunas

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