- Talking Stick Resort Arena
|46||C||6' 10"||260||12/09/1986 (33)||6|
|22||C||6' 11"||250||07/23/1998 (21)||0|
|14||PF||6' 8"||219||09/13/1996 (23)||2|
|20||PF||6' 10"||225||04/08/1994 (25)||2|
|8||PF||7' 0"||240||04/04/1993 (27)||3|
|2||PG||6' 3"||190||10/23/1997 (22)||0|
|4||PG||6' 1"||200||09/14/1995 (24)||0|
|11||PG||6' 3"||190||10/21/1990 (29)||7|
|3||SF||6' 7"||203||12/09/1995 (24)||3|
|25||SF||6' 6"||209||08/30/1996 (23)||0|
|1||SG||6' 5"||206||10/30/1996 (23)||3|
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 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 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 guard Devin Booker provided an excellent line before exiting the game early due to a hard fall in the loss to Portland on Tuesday. Booker drained nine of his 25 shots en route to 29 points and added nine dimes with six rebounds while drilling two triples before landing hard on his right hip. The fall did not look too serious and it was most likely more of a precautionary move by the Suns with their franchise cornerstone player. Stay tuned for updates and take note that the Suns do not go again until Saturday.
Phoenix Suns forward Dario Saric posted a double-double in 39 minutes of action in the 121-105 loss to the Trail Blazers. Saric matched his season-high of 24 points and grabbed 11 rebounds with two assists and he even blocked a shot for good measure to go along with four triples. Saric was badly exposed and left on an island with Carmelo Anthony working him pretty hard at stretches in this game, but owners do not have Saric for his defense. With the Suns banged up, Saric will continue to be worth owning but keep in mind, the Suns do not play again until Saturday.