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The Phoenix Suns have stated their optimism about the playing status of Channing Frye, who missed last season due to an enlarged heart.
The Suns should learn in a few weeks if Frye will be able to return next season.
"We're optimistic he'll be able to play," Suns GM Ryan McDonough said.
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With a recent Instagram post as our guide, it appears Suns forward Channing Frye may return to the court this season.
Channing, who missed last season with an enlarged heart, has Phoenix fans buzzing after posting a picture of himself (in uniform) delivering a fist pump, accompanied by one word ... "YEP!"
yep! http:t.coke3mQhRRvR Channing Frye (@Channing_Frye) August...
Channing Frye missed all of the 2012-2013 NBA season due to an enlarged heart and he hasn’t been cleared yet to play this season but the Phoenix Suns are optimistic that will happen. Frye has been undergoing tests and both sides should know within three to four weeks on whether or not he’ll be allowed to play. Conveniently it would be right in time for training camp.
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