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Phoenix Suns guard Cameron Johnson missed the final three games before the NBA went on hiatus due to mononucleosis. He was not dealing with an other symptoms and has made a full recovery. It sounds like he's feeling better and is ready to play when the NBA resumes play. It's unclear at the moment when that is going to happen, but Johnson hasn't been a huge factor in fantasy hoops anyway. He doesn't have much standard league value, but could be useful in deep leagues when the league does return.
Phoenix Suns guard Jared Harper has been released by the organization on Sunday. He was on a two-way deal with the Suns, but the team has decided to let him go. The team is letting go of Harper so that he can find a better fit for himself elsewhere. The 22-year-old only played in three games with the Suns this season. He won't have fantasy relevance this season, but hopefully he can land on an NBA roster or G League team soon.
Phoenix Suns forward Kelly Oubre Jr. (knee) is hopeful to get back on the practice court by the end of March. Oubre recently underwent arthroscopic surgery for a torn meniscus in his right knee. He was expected to miss the rest of the regular season, but could have a chance to return with the league suspended. There's a chance that Oubre is ready to play by mid-April if the NBA resumes play around that time. He should have decent fantasy value if he is able to get back on the court without any issues.
Phoenix Suns center Frank Kaminsky (knee) is scheduled for a re-evaluation this week. He has been sidelined due to a right patella stress fracture, but the team is hopeful to get him back on the court by the middle of April. However, Deandre Ayton (ankle) should be fine by the time the NBA resumes play. Kaminsky could be cleared to practice by the end of the month, but he won't have much fantasy value with Ayton back healthy.
Phoenix Suns guard Ricky Rubio filled up the box score before aggravating his already injured finger in the 16-point loss at the hands of the Trail Blazers. Rubio scored 21 points and handed out nine assists with six rebounds and he also added two triples while draining four of his 10 shots. Rubio looked to be in a lot of pain and with the Suns slipping further into lottery ball territory, owners need to keep a close eye on this situation going forward. Rubio has few days to recover with the Suns not playing again until Saturday.