Price (lower leg) provided three points (1-4 FG, 1-3 3Pt), four assists, three rebounds and one steal across 14 minutes off the bench in a 95-91 loss to the Hawks on Tuesday.
With the Suns down to only eight other available players Tuesday, Price's return from a five-game absence due to the left lower leg contusion was a welcome development. Given the lack of backcourt depth the Suns figure to have the rest of the season, Price should hold down a rotation spot over the next two weeks, but don't expect him to surpass the 20-minute mark with much frequency.
Price (lower leg) is listed as questionable for Tuesday's game against the Hawks, K.L. Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.
Price has missed the past five contests with a lower left leg contusion, and it's uncertain if he'll be able to suit up Tuesday. As a result, Tyler Ulis will probably continue to pick up heavy minutes at the point guard, especially if backup guard Leandro Barbosa (hamstring) also remains sidelined.
Price (lower leg) will sit out Sunday's game against the Hornets, Stephanie Ready of FOX Sports Southeast reports.
Price continues to work back from a bruised left lower leg and will sit out his fifth straight game. He's been just a minor contributor off the bench this season, but with Eric Bledsoe (knee) and Brandon Knight (back) shut down for the season, Price could see a slightly larger role once he's back to full strength.
Price (leg) will not play in Friday's game against the Celtics, Doug Haller of azcentral.com reports.
Price has averaged just 6.8 minutes over six appearances this season, so his absence will not affect the team's rotation. Tyler Ulis figures to continue carrying much of the load at point guard for the Suns. Price's next chance to play will be Sunday against the Hornets.
Price (leg) is listed as questionable for Friday's game against the Celtics, but isn't expected to play, John Gambadoro of ArizonaSports.com reports.
With a season average of 6.8 minutes per game over his six appearances with the Suns, Price isn't a major contributor off the bench, but the likelihood that he'll miss his fourth straight game hurts with the team expected to have only eight players available Friday. That should put Tyler Ulis on tap for his sixth straight outing of at least 39 minutes, making him an appealing option at point guard in DFS contests.
Price (leg) won't play Thursday against the Nets, Doug Haller of The Arizona Republic reports.
Price was listed as questionable earlier Thursday, but is apparently still troubled by the lower left leg contusion and will miss his third straight game. As a result, Tyler Ulis will once again be in store for a workload that potentially exceeds 40 minutes with Leandro Barbosa representing the only reserve option at point guard.
Price (leg) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Nets.
Price has missed the last two games with a lower left leg contusion and is in danger of missing a third straight Thursday. He'll continue to receive treatment throughout the day with the hope of being cleared against the Nets, but if he can't give it a go, Leandro Barbosa could pick up some extra minutes behind starting point guard Tyler Ulis.
Price (leg) will sit out Tuesday's game against the Heat, Heat radio play-by-play announcer Mike Inglis reports.
Price was unable to take part in the team's morning shootaround Tuesday, so the writing was already on the wall for his eventual absence. With Price on the sidelines, Leandro Barbosa (illness) should get the bulk of the bench minutes at point guard behind starter Tyler Ulis. Price's next opportunity to play will be Thursday against the Nets.
Price (leg) has been downgraded to doubtful for Tuesday's game against the Heat.
Price didn't participate in the team's morning shootaround, so it looks like he'll sit out his second game in a row while he continues to recover from a left lower leg contusion. Fortunately for the Suns, Leandro Barbosa (illness) is expected to return to action, so he'll likely take over Price's role as the primary backup to starting point guard Tyler Ulis.
Price (leg) is listed as questionable Tuesday against the Heat, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
The veteran missed Sunday's loss to the Pistons with a lower left leg bruise, but the Suns will wait until Tuesday's morning shootaround to update his status. With the Suns shutting down Eric Bledsoe (knee) and Brandon Knight (back) for the rest of the season, Price will likely settle in as the top backup to starting point guard Tyler Ulis once he returns to full health.
Price (lower leg) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Pistons, Keith Langlois of Pistons.com reports.
Price was listed as doubtful heading into the day with the lower left leg contusion, so it was fully expected that he'd sit out Sunday. With Devin Booker (ankle), Eric Bledsoe (knee), Brandon Knight (back) and Leandro Barbosa (illness) also out, Tyler Ulis should be in line for another massive workload as the starting point guard, while the newly-signed Jarell Eddie should get plenty of burn right away as the only healthy guard available off the bench.
Price is dealing with a leg contusion and is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Pistons, Doug Haller of The Arizona Republic reports.
Price logged 20 minutes on Friday with Leandro Barbosa (illness) sitting out, but will now likely join Barbosa on the inactive list while dealing with a bruised leg. We should receive official confirmation sometime closer to tip-off, but if Price can't play, Tyler Ulis should pick up a huge workload as the starting point guard.
Price (coach's decision) failed to play in a 122-110 loss to the Lakers on Thursday.
Price has made only four appearances since signing with the Suns in late January, logging no more than five minutes in any of those contests. He's not expected to join the Suns' rotation at any point over the final month of the regular season and will make most of his impact as a mentor to the team's guards rather than in games.
Price will ink a deal with the Suns for the remainder of the season, Doug Haller of AZCentral Sports reports.
Though he's only played in two games this season for the Suns after two 10-day contracts, the 33-year-old will be joining the team for the remainder of the season. That being said, he's had two previous stints with the organization, back in 2011-12 and 2015-16, and is likely being signed to help mentor the team's young guard core.
Price signed a second 10-day contract with the Suns on Monday.
Though he didn't appear in a single game with the Suns during the span of his first contract, Price is already a known commodity for the organization, having suited up in 62 contests for the team in 2015-16 and 36 games in 2011-12. Most of Price's value with the Suns will come in a mentoring role to the team's cadre of young guards, which includes Eric Bledsoe, Devin Booker, Brandon Knight and Tyler Ulis.
Price will sign a 10-day contract with the Suns on Friday, ArizonaSports.com reports.
The 33-year-old appeared in 62 games for Phoenix last season before joining the Thunder prior to the start of the 2016-17 campaign. He failed to make the team out of camp and has been a free agent since late-October. Price, who also played for Phoenix in 2011-12, would primarily provide depth and veteran experience and is unlikely to make a significant impact as a fantasy commodity.
Price will be waived by the Thunder on Monday, Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports reports.
Price's contract was guaranteed for the upcoming season, but it appears the Thunder are willing to take on the contract in order to free up a roster spot. Price should find plenty of interest on the open free agent market and despite being fresh off a concussion, would likely be ready to play right away. This also confirms that Semaj Christon will make the final roster and will serve as the team's backup point guard while Cameron Payne (foot) remains sidelined.
Price (concussion) has been cleared for Sunday's preseason matchup with the Timberwolves, The Oklahoman reports.
Price was pulled from Tuesday's game against the Mavericks after suffering a concussion and has been going through the league-mandated protocol ever since. He was able to pass through all the tests and was a participant in Sunday morning's shootaround, which was enough for him to be cleared to play against the Timberwolves. He should resume his role backing up Russell Westbrook at the point, but it wouldn't be surprising to see his minutes limited in his first game back.
Price (concussion) will not play in Thursday's preseason game against the Grizzlies, Royce Young of ESPN.com reports.
Price suffered a concussion during Tuesday's game against the Mavericks and has been placed in the league mandated protocol. He'll have to pass through a series of tests, with the final being a controlled practice, so we should see his status updated once he's nearing a completion of that process. With Cameron Payne (foot) also sidelined, look for Semaj Christon to potentially see additional minutes while backing up starter Russell Westbrook.
Price was diagnosed with a concussion Wednesday and was placed in the league's protocol, Fred Katz of the Norman Transcript reports. There's no timetable for his return.
Price left Tuesday's preseason game against the Mavericks after taking a shot to the head and will now have to progress through a series of test before receiving clearance to return to the court. The Thunder's point guard depth has been tested this preseason, as Price had already climbed from the third string to the top backup spot after Cameron Payne was diagnosed with a fractured foot. Price's situation seems to be less severe, but while he remains sidelined during the Thunder's preseason schedule, Semaj Christon figures to see expanded minutes behind starter Russell Westbrook.