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Phoenix Suns guard Bradley Beal, who has been sidelined for the team’s last four games due to a left hamstring issue, is reportedly “making progress,” according to head coach Frank Vogel.

Beal initially missed the final game before the All-Star break due to hamstring tightness, and despite being listed as questionable for the subsequent game against Dallas, he has remained out of action for two more games.

Vogel mentioned that Beal is still not completely comfortable with “high-intensity” activities as he continues his recovery from the hamstring problem.

“He did some of the non-contact stuff,” Vogel said after Tuesday’s practice. “More sprint work. There’s quick twitch stuff, which is shell defense, half court, and then there’s the full-court sprinting where you’re stretching out your legs and your stride. So that’s where he was having some discomfort still, but he’s making progress.”