Injury Report: Dyson Daniels without injury designation for Phoenix Suns game

Two Pelicans listed as out for 7 p.m. contest in the Smoothie King Center

Guard Dyson Daniels will be without an injury designation as a Western Conference playoff contender comes to town. The New Orleans Pelicans take on the Phoenix Suns on Monday, April 1 at 7 p.m. CT in the Smoothie King Center (Bally Sports, NBA TV, 99.5 FM, 105.7 FM).

Daniels will be without an injury designation for the first time since he underwent a left knee meniscectomy procedure on Feb. 15. The Pelicans guard returned to NBA action on Saturday, April 30 in the Pelicans' previous game against the Boston Celtics after being listed as probable for the game, playing over 10 minutes in the contest.

Two other Pelicans remain out for the Western Conference matchup. Guard Jose Alvarado (right oblique strain) and forward Brandon Ingram (left knee bone contusion) will both be out due to injury.


Friday loss vs. Oklahoma City

Devin Booker, Grayson Allen, Bradley Beal, Kevin Durant, Jusuf Nurkic


Saturday loss vs. Boston

CJ McCollum, Herb Jones, Trey Murphy III, Zion Williamson, Jonas Valanciunas

Jan. 19: Phoenix 123, at New Orleans 119

April 1: at New Orleans, 7 p.m. (Bally Sports, NBA TV)

April 7: at Phoenix, 5 p.m. (Gray Television)