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Top T.J. Warren News

  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Rare appearance Friday

    Warren amassed seven points (3-7 FG, 1-2 3Pt), three rebounds, one assist and one block over 26 minutes during Friday's 121-114 win over the Nuggets in Game 3 of the Western Conference Semifinals.

    Warren re-entered the rotation Friday, playing 26 minutes as the Suns went with a slightly deeper rotation. Despite the meaningful minutes, Warren managed just seven points, most of which came during the final quarter. With Chris Paul (groin) set to miss Game 4, Warren could remain in the rotation, at least for the short term.

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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Back at practice Wednesday

    Warren (illness) was present during Wednesday's practice, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports.

    Warren missed the final three games of the regular season due to an illness, but his presence at practice suggests he's good to go for playoff action. Before he was sidelined, the backup wing posted 7.3 points and 4.1 rebounds in 18.3 minutes over his past eight appearances, but it's unclear what his role will be during the Suns' opening-round matchup against the Clippers.

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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Out for regular-season finale

    Warren (illness) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Clippers, Gerald Bourguet of reports.

    As expected, Warren has been downgraded from doubtful to out and will miss a third straight game due to an illness. He should have plenty of time to recover from the ailment before postseason play begins next weekend.

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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Unlikely to play in finale

    Warren (illness) is doubtful for Sunday's tilt against the Clippers, Ohm Youngmisuk of reports.

    Warren has missed the past two games due to an illness and is expected to remain shelved for the finale. It's unclear if he'll have a significant role in the playoffs, but he's seen double-digit minutes in eight straight appearances.

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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Remains out Friday

    Warren (illness) is out for Friday's game versus the Lakers, Dave McMenamin of reports.

    Warren will miss his second straight game Friday due to illness. With the Suns' star Big 4 also out, Josh Okogie, Terrence Ross, Torrey Craig and Ish Wainright will likely receive increased roles. Warren's next chance to suit up is Sunday's regular-season finale versus the Clippers.

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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Out Thursday

    Warren has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Nuggets due to an illness, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports.

    Warren typically logs minutes in the lower-teens, so his absence from the active roster won't make many ripples in fantasy hoops. His next chance to play will come Friday against the Lakers.

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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Plays 16 minutes Friday

    Warren contributed four points (2-6 FG, 0-1 3Pt), six rebounds, three assists, one block and two steals across 16 minutes during Friday's 100-93 win over the Nuggets.

    Warren has finally carved out a solid role with his new -- and old -- squad, averaging 8.7 points, 4.8 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.5 steals-plus-blocks in 20.7 minutes over his past six appearances. However, when the Suns' starting lineup is fully intact, Warren's playing time and usage haven't been enough to guarantee him fantasy intrigue.

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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Limited role in loss

    Warren tallied zero points (0-3 FG) and two rebounds in six minutes during Tuesday's 116-104 loss to the Bucks.

    Warren is averaging 1.1 points and 2.0 rebounds in 6.4 minutes across his last eight appearances since being traded to Phoenix. Even with Kevin Durant (ankle) out, Warren has been unable to find much of a role. The 28-year-old forward shouldn't garner much fantasy interest.

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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Limited in Suns debut

    Warren recorded five points (2-3 FG, 1-1 3Pt), two rebounds and one steal across seven minutes during Tuesday's 120-109 win over the Kings.

    Warren played just seven minutes in his return to Phoenix, a figure that is almost certainly going to rise in the coming weeks. Fans will remember his performance from the bubble, and while he is certainly not the same player he was then, he can provide the Suns with a nice scoring punch off the bench. It's unlikely he sees enough time to have value outside of deeper formats, but even those in 12-team leagues should at least keep an eye on things moving forward.

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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Will be available Tuesday

    Warren (recently traded) will be available for Tuesday's matchup against the Kings, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports.

    Warren was acquired by the Suns in the deal that landed them Kevin Durant (knee), but he wasn't able to suit up for last Friday's matchup against the Pacers. He's now presumably gotten a chance to practice with his new teammates and will be available to make his Suns debut versus Sacramento. Phoenix had to give up two key wing players and won't have Durant available for awhile, so Warren figures to garner a major role for his new squad moving forward.

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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Won't debut Friday

    Warren (recently traded) won't play Friday against the Pacers, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports.

    The 29-year-old was traded from the Nets to the Suns on Thursday as part of a blockbuster deal that also sent Kevin Durant (knee) to Phoenix, but Warren won't be available for Friday's road game. However, the Suns return home to face the Kings on Tuesday, and it wouldn't be surprising to see Warren make his team debut at that point.

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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Joining Durant in Phoenix

    The Suns acquired Warren and Kevin Durant (knee) from the Nets on Thursday in exchange for Mikal Bridges, Cameron Johnson, Jae Crowder, unprotected first-round picks in 2023, 2025, 2027 and 2029 and a 2028 first-round pick swap, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

    Durant is the obvious headliner for the Suns, but they'll also replace some forward depth with the addition of Warren, who is shooting 51 percent from the field in 18.9 minutes per game this season (26 appearances). In Phoenix, where Warren spent the first five years of his career, he should have a chance to earn a larger role and help fill the shoes of the departed Bridges and Johnson. Expect Warren to primarily compete with Damion Lee, Torrey Craig and Dario Saric for minutes.

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HT/WT: 6-8, 220 lbs
Birthplace: Durham, NC
Age: 30
School: NC State
Experience: 8