Brandon Knight G PHO 4 Days

Knight (ankle) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Kings, Paul Coro of the Arizona Republic reports.

Knight was initially slated to return Wednesday, but after pregame warmups it was determined that his ankle is not quite healed to the point that he's ready to return to game action. Considering how long it took for the team to rule him out, however, Knight appears very close to returning. He could be back as soon as Friday versus Portland.

Brandon Knight G PHO 4 Days

Knight (ankle) tested his ankle in pregame warmups and said it's looking less likely at he plays Wednesday against the Kings, Craig Grialou of 98.7 FM Arizona Sports reports.

Earlier Wednesday, Knight appeared on track to return after missing the last six games. However, he's still dealing with considerable discomfort, and the team will likely hold him out for a second straight contest. If Knight is, indeed, ruled out, consider him questionable for Friday's matchup with Portland.

Brandon Knight G PHO 5 Days

After Wednesday's shootaround, Knight (ankle) sounded like he expects to return for Wednesday's game against the Kings, Paul Coro of the Arizona Republic reports.

Knight has missed the last six games with a sprained ankle, but he's been listed as questionable for the last few days and a return appears imminent. Coach Jeff Hornacek may opt to bring Knight off the bench in an effort to ease his transition back into game action, but another report suggests Knight could get the start as a means of keeping his ankle loose following pregame warmups. Either way, if Knight returns he's a risky daily play as he'll likely be slightly less than 100 percent and could face a minutes limit.

Brandon Knight G PHO 6 Days

Knight (ankle) practiced Tuesday and is questionable for Wednesday's game against the Kings.

Knight appears to have a pretty good chance of ending his string of absences at six games, which would likely mean fewer minutes for Marcus Morris, T.J. Warren, A.J. Price and Archie Goodwin. According to Craig Giralou of 98.7 FM, Suns coach Jeff Hornacek said he is leaning toward keeping the same starting lineup, which means Knight would likely be the sixth man. Knight hasn't played well in Phoenix thus far, but he still figures to get plenty of minutes once he's ready, starter or not. Of course, he's no longer his team's primary ballhandler, after serving in that capacity for the Bucks for most of the season.

Brandon Knight G PHO 7 Days

Knight (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Mavericks, Paul Coro of The Arizona Republic reports.

Knight was listed as questionable for the game, but it was already reported that he was unlikely to play. Marcus Morris will get another start, while the Suns are optimistic about Knight's chances to return for Wednesday's game against the Kings.

Brandon Knight G PHO 7 Days

Knight (ankle) probably won't play in Sunday's game against the Mavericks, but he looks good to return for Wednesday's game against the Kings.

Knight seems to be making progress, as he was listed as questionable for Sunday's game, after being listed as doubtful for Saturday's game against the Rockets. With Knight likely out of the lineup for one more game, Marcus Morris figures to get another start.

Brandon Knight G PHO 8 Days

Knight (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Mavericks, The Arizona Republic reports.

Knight's availability for Sunday's game won't be revealed until closer to tipoff so it might be wise to find alternative options in the event that he decides to sit at the last second. If he doesn't play, Gerald Green and Archie Goodwin may continue to see extra minutes on the court.

Brandon Knight G PHO 8 Days

Knight (ankle) won't play Saturday at Houston, the Arizona Republic reports.

Knight's doubtful availability has predictably translated to inactive status, leaving Marcus Morris in the Suns' starting five. With no specific return date mentioned during his recovery from a sprained left ankle, consider Knight questionable at best to suit up Sunday against the Mavericks.

Brandon Knight G PHO 9 Days

Knight (ankle) is doubtful for Saturday's game against Houston, Arizona Republic writer Paul Coro reports.

If Knight sits as expected, Saturday's game will mark his fifth missed game in a row. He's believed to be making steady progress, but it's still not clear whether there's a particular target date in mind. He should be considered questionable for Sunday's home game against Dallas.

Brandon Knight G PHO 11 Days

Knight (ankle) will not play Thursday against the Pelicans, Paul Coro of the Arizona Republic reports.

Knight will miss his fourth straight game with a sprained ankle, and Alex Len, who also has an ankle injury, will sit out as well. Coach Jeff Hornacek will insert Marcus Morris and Brandan Wright into the starting lineup in place of Knight and Len, respectively.