So, what exactly happened to Channing Frye when he hurt his shoulder against Denver? He suffered a subluxation, and yes, that’s a real word for some reason. That essentially means that his shoulder dislocated, and then popped back in. Yowch, right? Well, apparently he’s day to day and waiting for a doc’s decision on the issue, oh, and his second child was born today. So given that he’s injured, and having another kid, he’ll stay in Phoenix until his status is decided, which is tomorrow morning
Frye’s shooting has been important in the two meetings against the Jazz this season. Remember, Frye had a 24 point performance in the win in Phoenix, and a clutch three pointer in the second game. His lack would mean a start for Markieff Morris, who is a foul and turnover machine. Fortunately, he can still shoot, though.
Whatever the case, it doesn’t change the fact that the Suns will need everyone to play their best tomorrow.