De'Aaron Fox injured his right hamstring vs. the Phoenix Suns but wanted to return to the court. Mike Brown said there's always a concern in situations like Fox has.

Credit: AFP – Scanpix
Credit AFP – Scanpix

Sacramento All-Star guard De'Aaron Fox limped to the locker room during the third quarter of the Kings-Suns game on Friday night.

He left the game early due to right hamstring soreness.

Kings head coach Mike Brown did not have an official update on Fox after the game, but he said general manager Monte McNair told him Fox wanted to re-enter the game.

"Until I get a quote-unquote official report, there's always a concern in situations like that, but we'll wait and see what they say and then kind of go from there," Brown said.

Fox had 19 points in more than 20 minutes of action.

The 25-year-old guard averages 25.3 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 6.1 assists over 66 starts this season and contributes to Sacramento's third-overall record (44-29) in Western Conference.

Left without Fox, the Kings ended up winning the game at home, 135-127.


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2-pointers this season

Points made: 29,7
Accuracy: 58,8%
Place in standings: 17
Record max: 47
Record min: 19
Most made 2FGs: De'Aaron Fox