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Suns G Landry Shamet is considered questionable for Sunday’s first round game against New Orleans as reported by PHNX Sports’ Gerald Bourguet.
Landry Shamet missed Friday’s practice dealing with a left foot injury and the team had a light day Saturday so he appears to be a true game time decision. The Wichita State product has been a key cotributer off the bench for Phoenix this season, averaging 8.3 points and shooting 84% from the line. If Landry can’t go Sunday night, Aaron Holiday could see increased minutes.
Landry Shamet finished with 19 points (6-10 FG, 5-9 3PT, 2-2 FT), one rebound, one assist, and a block in the win over Minnesota.
Shamet came off the bench with a torch and drilled five threes. He has been a solid contributor as of late and he could be a sneaky DFS option if he can keep up the hot play.
Landry Shamet scored an efficient 21 points (6-12 FG, 3-3 FT, 6-10 3PT) in Tuesday's win over the Orlando Magic.
This explosion from Shamet was unexpected to most, with the veteran scoring 13 points over his season average. A lot of that likely came as a result of both Chris Paul and Devin Booker being inactive, but he should continue to be a good option until they make their return.
According to Kellen Olson, Suns G Landry Shamet is not on the injury report for Thursday.
After a nine-game absence, Shamet will return to the Suns to face off with the Thunder on Thursday. With Chris Paul and Cam Payne both out with injuries, Shamet should slot into a 20-minute role with Aaron Holiday starting and making for an elite DFS play.
Per Gerald Bourguet, Landry Shamet (ankle) will be out for Tuesday's game versus the Brooklyn Nets.
The Suns will miss Shamet's three point shooting on Tuesday night. The Suns will also continue to be without Deandre Ayton, Jae Crowder, Cam Payne, Frank Kaminsky, Abdel Nader and Dario Saric. Ish Wainright will be a sneaky play on Tuesday night in deeper leagues. Wainright is a forward who can stretch the floor with his three point shooting ability. Look for him to see an increase in usage since the Suns are so shorthanded.