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  • Davon Reed
    SG, Miami Heat

    The Heat have signed guard Davon Reed to a training camp deal on Tuesday where he will compete with other players for a two-way contract, per Shandel Richardson of The Athletic.

    Reed, the former 32nd pick in the 2017 NBA draft out of the University of Miami, will likely spend the majority of the season in the G-League should he make the Heat roster. There is no fantasy value here.

    Source: Shandel Richardson on Twitter

  • Davon Reed
    G, Indiana Pacers

    Davon Reed is available for Monday's game after being recalled from the G-League.

    This is just a depth formality with Victor Oladipo out. Reed will likely be with the team until Oladipo returns, then he will be sent back to the G-League.

    Source: Official NBA Injury Report

  • Davon Reed
    G, Indiana Pacers

    The Pacers have signed Davon Reed to a two-way deal.

    Reed, the 32nd pick in the 2017 draft, was waived Tuesday after the Suns could not find anyone to take him in a trade. He is not on the fantasy radar.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Davon Reed
    G, Phoenix Suns

    The Suns have waived Davon Reed.

    Phoenix tried to find a deal for him but didn't get any takers, so the former second-round pick was waived instead. This move makes space for Jamal Crawford on the roster.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Davon Reed
    G, Phoenix Suns

    The Suns are working on a trade to move Davon Reed, but will waive him if no deal emerges.

    The Suns need to clear space to meet the roster guidelines for opening night. It's a little surprising that the Suns guaranteed Reed's contract earlier this summer only to cut him in favor of the ancient Jamal Crawford, but that's where we're at.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Davon Reed
    G, Phoenix Suns

    The Suns are expected to guarantee the contracts of Davon Reed and retain Shaq Harrison.

    Today marked Reed's guarantee deadline while Harrison's deal won't be fully guaranteed until January, though they plan to hold onto him. Both were featured in the starting lineup during Summer League where Reed averaged 3.4 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 25 minutes per game, while Harrison averaged 12.2 points, 4.6 rebounds and 6.6 assists per game. “I think they were maybe our two most consistent players,” Suns GM Ryan McDonough told Bickley & Marotta on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station.

    Source: Scott Bordow on Twitter

  • Davon Reed
    G, Phoenix Suns

    The Suns have pushed their guarantee deadline for Davon Reed back until after Summer League.

    Reed missed a good chunk of time due to injury in his rookie season and the Suns might base their decision on his performance in Vegas. The moves they make in free agency may also impact his standing on the roster, though the Suns don't have a ton of wing players at the moment. It also gives him a chance to prove his worth to other teams in Summer League in case the Suns have already decided to let him go when the deadline arrives.

    Source: Scott Bordow on Twitter

  • Davon Reed
    SG, Phoenix Suns

    Davon Reed started in Tuesday's season finale but wound up playing just 11 minutes.

    Great way to develop the youngsters. The 32nd overall pick in this past draft, Reed only appeared in 21 games but was able to average 0.5 steals per game in 11.6 minutes per game — though that was obviously weighted by a single five-swipe game. The Miami product fell outside of fantasy's top-400.

  • Elfrid Payton
    PG, Phoenix Suns

    Elfrid Payton and Troy Daniels are unlikely to play Friday vs. the Pelicans.

    Payton has been dealing with his knee tendonitis for about ten days now and it has caused him to miss four games. Troy Daniels left Tuesday's game early and did not return with an ankle injury and now looks doubtful for Friday. The Suns will be extremely thin at guard as Devin Booker will also be out. Tyler Ulis is locked into a big workload while Shaq Harrison, Davon Reed, and Danuel House will get some run also.

    Source: Scott Bordow on Twitter

  • Devin Booker
    SG, Phoenix Suns

    Devin Booker is unlikely to play Friday vs. the Pelicans due to a hand injury.

    Booker does not seem very close to a return as he only shot left-handed shots in practice Thursday. The Suns are likely to be without many perimeter players. Josh Jackson should be able to continue his hot streak while Davon Reed, Shaq Harrison, and Danuel House could see minutes.

    Source: Scott Bordow on Twitter

  • Devin Booker
    SG, Phoenix Suns

    Devin Booker (hand) has been ruled out of Friday's game against the Rockets.

    Booker was able to get in a light practice yesterday, which is a step up from his typical activity. The Suns are hoping that some full days off (as opposed to warmups and GTDs) can get his hand healthy again. He's still worth holding if you're not in urgent need, but is running out of time to make a difference for fantasy owners in the home stretch. Troy Daniels will continue to start and makes for a nice source of threes while rookie Davon Reed has been getting a little longer look off the bench.

    Source: Scott Bordow on Twitter

  • Devin Booker
    SG, Phoenix Suns

    Jay Triano said that Devin Booker is "very questionable" to face the Celtics on Monday night.

    That's "very not helpful" but it does point to Booker sitting another one out. He had been participating in warmups as a game-time decision but Phoenix didn't bother in their last game, calling him doubtful and ruling him out before warmups even began. The hope was that a full night of rest could help get his hand back to 100 percent health but it could take a little more time until Booker can return. He's still a hold, as the Suns give him huge minutes whenever he does play — he's not one of those players that only makes token appearances to skirt scrutiny from the league. Troy Daniels, Tyler Ulis and Davon Reed will all continue to see extra time with Daniels working as the starter.

    Source: Scott Bordow on Twitter

  • Davon Reed
    SG, Phoenix Suns

    Davon Reed played 18 minutes on Saturday night and was able to post five points, five rebounds, five steals and a 3-pointer in a loss to the Magic.

    Not a bad night from the rookie, but this was his first game with any steals since March 10th. There's no need to make a move here even if Devin Booker's continued absence will leave the door ajar for some spot minutes.

  • Josh Jackson
    SF/PF, Phoenix Suns

    Josh Jackson was able to practice on Monday and is now probable ahead of Tuesday’s game.

    Jackson was rolling before injuring his knee and he’ll probably come back to a bench role with T.J. Warren also likely to return. While it undoubtedly dings him, it shouldn’t affect him to the point where he becomes a drop candidate. Jackson has plenty of raw ability and will get enough minutes to rack up stats in Phoenix’s anarchistic basketball experiment. This will eliminate any short-term appeal that Jared Dudley and Davon Reed might’ve had.

    Source: Scott Bordow on Twitter

  • T.J. Warren
    SF, Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren was able to return to practice on Monday and is now being called probable to play on Tuesday night.

    Warren should slot right back in as the starting small forward. Josh Jackson is expected to return tomorrow as well so the Suns will go from bare bones to full strength over the course of two days. Jared Dudley will be bounced from the rotation despite a productive game against Charlotte while Troy Daniels, Saturday’s starter at small forward, will return to the bench. This should also take away most of Davon Reed’s minutes. Get Warren back in all lineups but be wary of a re-aggravation.

    Source: Scott Bordow on Twitter