Cameron Payne Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 183 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 8/8/1994 (27)
- Murray State
Cameron Payne Last 10 Games
Cameron Payne News
Phoenix Suns guard Cameron Payne (knee) is good to go for Sunday's Game 1 contest. He missed the final two games of the regular season, but was able to practice on Wednesday. The Suns were likely being cautious and holding Payne out as a precaution. He should play his normal backup minutes off the bench, but won't be the best DFS option with Chris Paul healthy.
Phoenix Suns guard Cameron Payne (illness) won't play on Sunday in Sacramento. Fortunately, he's not dealing with COVID-19, and with the Suns not playing again until Wednesday night in Minnesota, there's a shot he will be back by then. Nevertheless, Elfrid Payton will take Payne's spot in the starting lineup, although he remains a risky fantasy option. Aaron Holiday also has upside, while Devin Booker could thrive as the team's primary ball-handler.
Phoenix Suns point guard Cameron Payne (wrist) will make his return to the court in Wednesday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers. However, Suns coach Monty Williams stated prior to the game that Payne and fellow injured point guard Aaron Holiday (ankle) will be on minutes limits. Williams says that he plans to play each of the players in "five minute bursts." Payne has been sidelined for over a month, but he's in position to have a strong finish to the year due to the injury to star point guard Chris Paul (thumb). The Suns are also now without Devin Booker, who is sidelined due to health and safety protocols. Payne should be rostered in all fantasy leagues, even though he may not deliver a satisfying performance in Wednesday's game.
Phoenix Suns point guard Cameron Payne (wrist) has been listed as probable to play in Wednesday's contest against Portland. Payne has been sidelined since Jan. 22 due to a sprained right wrist, with a return coming at a crucial time as the team is already down Chris Paul (thumb) for the foreseeable future. Payne could step right into a starting role, a position that he has not yet manned in 2021-22, having done so just once during his 108-game tenure with the Suns. Irrespective of where his minutes come, Payne stands to have some short-term season-long value in deeper formats once his time on the floor rises.