"He got some testing done yesterday," Williams said Saturday. "All of that came back clean, but he's still sore. So I can't make much of a statement on his availability or anything like that. We're going to get through today. We'll have a light practice today and put him through some paces. We'll be able to make a better statement about his availability tomorrow, and then we'll adjust accordingly."
Craig was injured in the third quarter of Thursday night's 118-108 Game 2 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. He appeared to twist his right knee with 1.9 seconds remaining in the third quarter during a collision with the Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo. The fourth-year forward clutched his knee while he was still on the court and had to be helped up and to the locker room.
Williams mentioned Cam Johnson and Abdel Nader as players who could have bigger roles if Craig is unavailable. Johnson has averaged 9 points and 19.5 minutes in the Finals. Nader has played just one minute over the first two games of this series.
Phoenix already is playing without reserve forward Dario Saric, who tore his right ACL in the first quarter of Phoenix's 118-105 Game 1 triumph on Tuesday.
Information from The Associated Press and ESPN's Dave McMenamin was used in this report.