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Sun C JaVale McGee is probable for Friday's game against Minnesota as reported by AZcentral's Chris Coppola.
JaVale McGee has missed the past two games recovering from a non-COVID related illness but appears ready to make his return to the court. The Nevade product should slot back into the lion's share of the backup minutes behind Deandre Ayton at center.
Suns C JaVale McGee has been ruled out for Wednesday’s game against Golden State according to Gerald Bourguet of GoPHNX.com.
JaVale McGee will miss his second straight contest dealing with a non-COVID related illness but did travel on current the road trip. The Nevada product’s next chance to return to the court will come Friday in Memphis. Bismack Biyombo will continue to play primary back up minutes to Deandre Ayton with McGee out.
Suns C JaVale McGee is out for Sunday’s game against Philadelphia according to ArizonaSports.com’s Kellan Olson.
JaVale McGee will miss his first game since January 28 as he deals with a non-COVID related illness. McGee has averaged 9.3 points and 6.6 rebounds in 46 games this season. Bismack Biyombo should see increased minutes as Deandre Ashton’s back up against the Sixers.
JaVale McGee recorded 11 points (5-13 FG, 1-1 FT), 15 rebounds, and one steal in 16 minutes off the bench in Wednesday's win over the Heat.
In only 16 minutes of action, McGee gobbled up basically every possible rebound. Unfortunately, the Suns big man is far too inconsistent in fantasy to trust in your lineup. The last time McGee recorded a double-double before Wednesday night was on Feb. 8. The 34-year-old will look keep momentum rolling when the Suns host the Raptors on Friday night.
JaVale McGee scored 15 points (7-13 Fg, 1-1 Ft) 12 rebounds, two assists, and two blocks across 17 minutes in the Suns 114-109 win over the Sixers on Tuesday night in Philadelphia.
McGee certainly made the most of his minutes on Tuesday night and over his last two games of the Suns road trip managed to average 15.5 ppg and 10.0 rpg. He'll have a tough task against last year's Finals champions when the Suns face the Bucks on Thursday night in Phoenix.