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  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren will not make a return for Saturday's game against the Hawks as he recovers from this long-term ankle issue.

    It's been a full month now since we've seen Warren on court, and with the dumpster fire status of this team, we're not sure what we'll get from him upon his return. He "should" be the best option on the wing for the Suns, but Kelly Oubre has made some big strides recently.

    Source: Gina Mizell on Twitter

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren (right ankle soreness) is improving and has been taking spot-up shots, but has yet to do anything "dynamic" as he attempts to return to the court.

    So that's definitely no contact practices, and it sounds like he may not be in the cutting and jumping phase, either. Warren has been ruled out of Thursday's game already and we'd imagine that he misses a few more unless he can participate in the team's next practice. Mikal Bridges, Kelly Oubre and Josh Jackson will continue to pick up extra minutes.

    Source: Duane Rankin on Twitter

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren (right ankle soreness) has been ruled out of Thursday's game against the Cavs.

    Warren has missed the last nine games and the week off for the All-Star break wasn't enough to get him cleared. The Suns completely shut him down for 2-to-3 weeks as of January 22, so he'll likely need a few practices before returning to game action. He'll be battling for minutes with Josh Jackson, Mikal Bridges and Kelly Oubre. We'd expect Warren to come out ahead there as long as he's active, but don't expect the early-round value he was returning earlier this year.

    Source: Gina Mizell on Twitter

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren (right ankle) has been ruled out of Wednesday's matchup with the Clippers.

    It'll be the ninth consecutive absence for Warren, who last played on January 22. He was upgraded to questionable briefly on February 7 but is back to being ruled out a day ahead of time. A return out of the All-Star break isn't out of the question since it would fit with his given 2-to-3 week timetable, so hopefully the Suns have something positive to report by the start of next week.

    Source: Gina Mizell on Twitter

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren (right ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Kings.

    He's been sidelined since January 22, but is nearing a return. Barring a setback, expect him to come back in the next few days. Josh Jackson, Mikal Bridges and Kelly Oubre will all see a decrease in minutes once Warren comes back.

    Source: Gina Mizell on Twitter

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren (right ankle) has been ruled out of Friday's matchup with the Warriors.

    Warren was upgraded to questionable earlier today but won't be making his return tomorrow. He has been sidelined since January 22 and was shut down from basketball activity for 2-to-3 weeks, so we'd expect him to return in the relatively near future barring a setback. His return will eat into the minutes for Mikal Bridges, Josh Jackson and Kelly Oubre somewhat, but it's possible that all besides Jackson can hang onto standard-league value.

    Source: Gina Mizell on Twitter

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren (right ankle) is listed as questionable ahead of Friday's game.

    Warren seems to be returning right around his original prognosis of two-to-three weeks. This is the first update we've seen on him in awhile and it'd be surprising if he all of a sudden returned on Friday, but he's at least close. His return, and Tyler Johnson's arrival, will be a blow for the wings in Phoenix, specifically Josh Jackson and Kelly Oubre.

    Source: Bob Young on Twitter

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    Earlier this month, league sources told the Arizona Republic that the Suns weren't interested in putting T.J. Warren on the trading block but things could change if the team goes after Lonzo Ball.

    The Suns need a point guard and Ball reportedly would like to play for a team that needs one. If Phoenix is comfortable parting with one of its wings, TJ Warren, Josh Jackson, Mikal Bridges or Kelly Oubre would appear to be candidates to go but this is all speculative at this point. Warren will remain sidelined for the next couple weeks as the Suns continue to rotate De’Anthony Melton, Elie Okobo and Jamal Crawford at their point guard position.

    Source: Arizona Republic

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren will be shut down for the next 2-to-3 weeks as a result of Tuesday's right ankle injury.

    Warren is dealing with a bone bruise and his absence blasts a hole in Phoenix's rotation, especially with the Suns already down their top two centers. It's going to mean extra work for everyone on the wings and in the forward group, and Kelly Oubre should be added in all leagues if he hasn't been picked up yet. Josh Jackson will start in Warren's place and should be scooped up in points formats while owners in category-based leagues can give him a look as long as they don't care about the percentage categories. Igor Kokoskov praised Dragan Bender's recent play at center and indicated that he's really a power forward who's stepping up with the team shorthanded, so he may be able to parlay his recent run into some minutes at his more natural position as well. One also wonders if the Suns will give Richaun Holmes a look beside Deandre Ayton when both are healthy, as the two have yet to share the court this year.

    Source: Gina Mizell on Twitter

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren (right ankle soreness) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against Portland.

    Warren left Tuesday's game in the second quarter and did not return. Josh Jackson exploded for a season-high 27 points in Warren's absence. It does not sound like it will be a long term injury, but he's out at least one game. Kelly Oubre and Jackson are the biggest beneficiaries with Warren out.

    Source: Gina Mizell on Twitter

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren (right ankle) is doubtful for Thursday's game versus the Blazers.

    Warren left the game in the second quarter and did not return. In his absence Josh Jackson came in and poured in a season-high 27 points. Kelly Oubre and Jackson figure to be the biggest beneficiaries if Warren misses anytime.

    Source: Duane Rankin on Twitter

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren left during the second quarter and will not return to Tuesday's game due to a sore right ankle.

    Warren brings with him a lot of minutes and a lot of usage so if this is anything serious then there will be repercussions, but for now it seems like a pretty low key injury. We'll update you as soon as we learn more.

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    TJ Warren scored 16 points on 6-of-12 shooting, adding a steal, two blocks with a 3-pointer in 34 minutes of action.

    Warren is posting top-70 value in the past month and would be garnering more attention from fans if he was in a bigger market. You can sell his consistent production across all categories to other managers when trying to convince them to let go of their early-round players.

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren went only 5-for-16 from the field on Thursday night, but added two steals, two blocks and a 3-pointer to his 11 points.

    Warren logged a whopping 41 minutes tonight, and frankly he'll be better than this considering the sheer playing time. He's surprisingly a top-30 guy on the season and is likely to slide from that perch a bit, but it wouldn't be the most fair thing to call him a strict sell-high player. If you can get a guaranteed producer then go ahead but Warren has built up a nice track record this year.

  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    TJ Warren managed 23 points with five rebounds and five assists on 9-of-17 shooting in a loss to the Hornets on Sunday.

    He made three 3-pointers and added three defensive stats to this impressive performance. Warren is top-30 on the season and is a prime sell-high candidate if you can swap him for someone that is putting up early-round value. If not, he is still a lock for at least middle-round value.