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|46||C||6' 10"||260||12/09/1986 (32)||6|
|22||C||7' 1"||250||07/23/1998 (21)||0|
|13||PF||6' 9"||220||09/13/1996 (22)||2|
|36||PF||6' 10"||225||04/08/1994 (25)||2|
|44||PF||7' 0"||240||04/04/1993 (26)||3|
|26||PF||6' 10"||215||03/11/1997 (22)||0|
|2||PG||6' 3"||190||10/23/1997 (21)||0|
|3||PG||6' 4"||190||10/21/1990 (28)||7|
|8||SF||6' 6"||220||01/15/1994 (25)||0|
|3||SF||6' 7"||205||12/09/1995 (23)||3|
|25||SF||6' 7"||210||08/30/1996 (22)||0|
|1||SG||6' 6"||210||10/30/1996 (22)||3|
|11||SG||6' 5"||185||03/20/1980 (39)||18|
|16||SG||6' 4"||190||05/07/1992 (27)||4|
Restricted free agent forward Kelly Oubre Jr. has signed a two-year deal to remain with the Phoenix Suns. Oubre is a solid player who's likely to end up starting at the three for the Suns, and he has solid fantasy upside as a guy who can give Phoenix something close to 15 points and five rebounds per game. Last season was also Oubre's most efficient year as an NBA shooter, and he can be a good fantasy pick in the later rounds of fantasy drafts because of his ability to do a lot of things on the basketball court, even if he isn't going to excel at any one thing.
Center Richaun Holmes has agreed to a free agent deal with the Sacramento Kings. Holmes spent last season in Phoenix, appearing in 70 games and averaging 8.2 points and 4.7 rebounds per game. Hell be competing with Harry Giles for backup center minutes behind Dewayne Dedmon, and the winner of that battle will possess some fantasy value in deeper leagues. Based on the length of the deal (two years), Holmes likely has the upper hand in the battle for those minutes, though Giles seems like a player with more upside at this point. Holmes did average 1.1 blocks in just 16.9 minutes per game last year, so if he sees a spike in minutes at some point this season, he could be a popular waiver wire add.
The Phoenix Suns have traded T.J. Warren and the 32nd pick in this year's NBA Draft to the Indiana Pacers in exchange for cash considerations. In Warren, the Pacers add a young player who averaged 18 points per game last year while shooting 42.8 percent on 4.2 three-point attempts per game. Warren can be a solid role player for the Pacers, and with rumors swirling that Bojan Bogdanovic might not be back in a Pacers uniform next year, Warren can slide into the starting lineup if necessary to provide the team with a solid wing option. His fantasy value should be on the rise, as he's now looking at a solid role on a good team instead of an uncertain role on a Suns team that seems to be in flux right now.
Phoenix Suns guard/forward Josh Jackson (foot) is reportedly considered day-to-day after tweaking his foot. The young forward was seen with crutches on Friday, but that sounds like a precautionary move. Jackson has been rumored to be on the trade block this summer and hasn't lived up to his hype in Phoenix.
Phoenix Suns forward Josh Jackson could be traded this summer, according to Evan Sidery. Jackson has not exactly turned into the player that the Suns thought he was going to, so he could end up playing elsewhere next year. His latest arrest at the Rolling Loud Miami Music Festival doesn't help his case. John Gambadoro, is reporting that the Sacramento Kings or even the New York Knicks could have interest in Jackson. Unless Jackson improves his game, it's not going to matter where he lands. His fantasy value will stay the same or get worse until he works on his game.