Cameron Johnson Stats
- Height / Weight
- 80 / 210 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/3/1996 (26)
- North Carolina
Cameron Johnson Last 10 Games
Cameron Johnson News
Phoenix Suns forward Cameron Johnson will head back to the bench for the pivotal Game 6 playoff meeting with the New Orleans Pelicans. Devin Booker (hamstring) will return after a three-game absence. However, Booker may not receive as much playing time as usual, so there's still a chance Johnson can exceed the value of his DFS asking price. Managers should keep him in mind, especially since Vegas projects the Suns to lead the abbreviate slate in points.
Phoenix Suns guard Landry Shamet, forward Cameron Johnson and center JaVale McGee will be part of the starting five for Sunday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. They'll be joining regular starters Chris Paul and Mikal Bridges on the court. Usual starters Devin Booker (rest), Deandre Ayton (rest) and Jae Crowder (ankle) are all out for the game. Shamet, Johnson and McGee are all very much worthy of streaming for Sunday's game, especially given the favorable matchup. Shamet and Johnson should see a lot of usage and produce a good amount of three-pointers and points. McGee, meanwhile, will be a solid source of rebounds, blocks and field goal percentage.
Phoenix Suns forward Cameron Johnson (quad) will officially be active for Friday night's game against the Memphis Grizzlies. A right quad contusion led to Johnson being sidelined for about a month. The last time we saw him on the court was March 4, when he lit up the New York Knicks with 38 points. Johnson is averaging 12.8 points, 4.1 rebounds and 2.7 three-pointers per game on the year. With his return, we should see Torrey Craig's minutes reduced. Johnson may also give the team the luxury of reducing Jae Crowder's workload down the stretch.
Phoenix Suns forward Cameron Johnson (quad) is listed as probable ahead of Friday night's game against the Memphis Grizzlies. The 26-year-old missed nearly the entire month of March due to a right quad contusion, but it looks like he'll be back on the court on Friday. The third-year pro is averaging 12.8 points, 4.1 rebounds and 2.7 three-pointers per game on the year while shooting 47.5% from the field and 87.3% from the line. His return will likely lead to fewer minutes for Torrey Craig, who has been the team's primary forward off the bench while Johnson has been sidelined.