Frank Kaminsky Stats
- Height / Weight
- 84 / 240 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 4/4/1993 (28)
Frank Kaminsky Last 10 Games
Frank Kaminsky News
Phoenix Suns center Frank Kaminsky scored 15 points on 5-for-7 shooting in Friday's game against the Detroit Pistons. In addition, he grabbed five rebounds and dished out one assist. Kaminsky was 3-for-4 from three. He'll face the Celtics on Sunday, who allow opponents to shoot the ninth-lowest percentage from three and to score the ninth-fewest points per game. Kaminsky was a late addition to the starting unit over Cam Johnson, who was moved to the bench. If he plays 20-plus minutes again on Sunday, he'll be an interesting DFS value play.
Phoenix Suns center/forward Frank Kaminsky will start Friday against the Pistons, with forward Cameron Johnson moving to the bench. Starting two centers is a strange move for the Suns, but against a Pistons team that tends to play big, it makes slightly more sense. Kaminsky is averaging 5.7 points and 3.8 rebounds per game in 12.9 minutes, so if this start leads to more minutes for the veteran, there could be some DFS appeal here. The question is if you're willing to risk that the late switch means that Kaminsky will play 20-plus minutes for just the third time this year.
Phoenix Suns center Frank Kaminsky (knee) has been cleared for basketball activities. "I'm ready to make a push towards playing again," Kaminsky said. It appears Kaminsky is fully healthy and ready to contribute in the Suns rotation. He was receiving decent playing time when Aron Baynes or Deandre Ayton were sidelined. However, it's unlikely that Kaminsky will hold reliable fantasy value while the Suns are healthy.
Phoenix Suns center Frank Kaminsky (knee) is making progress, but is still unable to do any on-court work, according to Jason Jones. Kaminsky missed the final 33 games before the league was suspended due to a right patella stress fracture. It's unclear when the NBA is going to return, but Kaminsky should be ready to play when it happens. However, Kaminsky is going to have to battle for playing time with Deandre Ayton and Aron Baynes. It doesn't sound like Kaminsky will have much fantasy value for the rest of the season.