San Antonio Spurs’ Keldon Johnson has received clearance and is set to participate in Friday’s game against the Sacramento Kings, according to reports from Underdog NBA.
Johnson, previously listed as probable due to right knee soreness that kept him out of the Oklahoma City Thunder match, is now confirmed to take the court.
This fifth-year forward has shown inconsistency in fantasy performance this season, recording 20-plus points in four instances and falling below double digits four times.
Notably, he’s achieving career highs in rebounds (6.1) and assists (4.3) per game. The San Antonio Spurs, currently holding a 3-8 record, will host the Sacramento Kings with a 6-4 standing at the Frost Bank Center on Friday.
The tip-off for this in-season tournament group stage game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. ET, and it will be live on ESPN.