Kaminsky (knee) was waived by the Suns on Thursday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. Kaminsky underwent knee surgery in January, and there's seemingly not much of a chance he would recover in time for the playoffs. So, the Suns opted to let him go, presumably to bring in someone able to contribute.
Kaminsky underwent successful knee surgery Friday and will be re-evaluated in eight weeks, David Aldridge of The Athletic reports. Kaminsky was seen taking part in shooting drills last weekend, but he'll face a lengthy recovery process following his procedure. The 28-year-old had already been sidelined since mid-November and will likely be out until at least March.
Kaminsky (knee) was seen taking part in stationary shooting drills during Sunday's practice, Gerald Bourguet of GoPHNX.com reports. The activity is a small sign of progress for Kaminsky, who has been out since mid-November with a stress reaction of his right knee and is without a timeline for a return. Bourguet notes that Kaminsky was limited to taking jumpers off his non-injured left foot, so until he's able to incorporate more running into the mix, his return shouldn't be viewed as imminent.
Kaminsky (knee) is out indefinitely, according to Marc J. Spears of ESPN.com. Kaminsky was diagnosed with a stress reaction in his right knee. The Suns have no adequate injury return date, so they must rely on Deandre Ayton and JaVale McGee to be healthy until further notice.
Kaminsky (knee) is out against the Nuggets on Sunday. Kaminsky will have sat out three games because of ongoing soreness concerning his right knee.
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