Phoenix Suns star Bradley Beal left Friday’s 139-122 defeat to the New York Knicks with an ankle injury late in the first quarter and was ruled out for the remainder of the game.

Beal suffered the injury while landing awkwardly on a jump shot over Knicks guard Donte DiVincenzo.

X-rays on Beal’s ankle showed no fracture, Suns head coach Frank Vogel told reporters postgame, including The Athletic’s Josh Robbins.


The rolled ankle comes in only Beal’s sixth game with his new team after coming over from the Washington Wizards. The 30-year-old has dealt with back issues all season.

Wednesday’s loss to the Brooklyn Nets was the first time all three of Beal, Kevin Durant, and Devin Booker saw the floor together.

Before going down, Beal had six points on 2-of-2 shooting. He averaged 16.4 points and four rebounds in his five appearances prior to Friday.