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Johnson said Monday that he is 100 percent healthy, the Toronto Sun's Ryan Wolstat reports.

He clarified that he hurt his foot, not his ankle, which is why he sat out Sunday's practice, but he should be considered healthy moving forward.

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Johnson (ankle/foot) wasn't a participant in Sunday's practice for precautionary reasons, the Toronto Sun reports.

The Raptors have been quick to say that Johnson's ankle and foot issues are minor, and there's no reason to believe otherwise since it's the preseason and teams continually err on the side of caution. Johnson will have two opportunities to try out his ankle and foot, if he so chooses, before the Raptors' regular season starts on Oct. 29 against the Hawks.

Amir Johnson PF/C TOR 5 Days

Johnson (ankle/foot) was held out of the second half of Friday's preseason game as a precaution and says that he's fine, TSN Sports reports.

The Raptors didn't want to push Johnson when there was an inclining that he wasn't 100 percent, and so there's likely nothing to be concerned about regarding his health heading into the regular season. Even so, the Raptors have eight games left on their preseason schedule to determine if Johnson's minor injury will linger.

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Johnson left Friday's game with a sore left foot and will not return.

It doesn't sound like a serious injury, but the Raptors have no reason to push him in a preseason game. Consider him day-to-day for now.

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Johnson scored 13 points (5-9 FG, 3-6 FT) with eight rebounds in 25 minutes Friday.

On most nights during the regular season, that's about the kind of production you can expect from Johnson given that he takes a back seat to DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry in the offense. Johnson will be a free agent next offseason, however, so the motivation could be there to try and become a consistent double-double threat.

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Johnson underwent biomechanical testing this offseason to determine if there was any way to avoid the ankle injuries that have plagued him recently, the Toronto Sun reports. "They broke it down. They stuck light bulbs on me, they have something where you can see your skeleton, the way you jump, run and move," Johnson said. "They see the way I jump, the way I land. What I do in the game. It could be something as little as the way I turn my foot inward when I slide and it just saves me from rolling my ankle. I've been doing that pretty much all summer."

Johnson's fantasy upside is limited by his complementary role in the Raptors' offense but if he can stay mostly healthy for once, rather than playing through nagging injuries, he might be able to improve slightly on his previous career highs of 10.4 PPG and 7.5 RPG.

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Amir Johnson said he will not need surgery on his right ankle.

His ankle bothered him from February to May and it cost him five games while also limiting him in several others. Johnson was extremely efficient with the Raptors last year, making 56.2 percent of his shots for 10.4 points per game. He'll be a solid mid-round pick in drafts next year.

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Amir Johnson will see doctors about his right ankle, which he injured during Sunday's Game 7.

"I just had to keep going," Johnson said. "The game was too important to sit down or get subbed out so I kept playing." He is no stranger to ankle injuries and he didn't let Sunday's injury prevent him from piling up 20 points and 10 rebounds, so hopefully it's nothing more than a sprain.

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Amir Johnson (knee) played 21 minutes in Friday's Game 6 loss, scoring four points on 2-of-6 shooting with five rebounds and one steal.

Johnson has played through injuries all year and it's hard to ride him for being unproductive, but the Raps will need more out of he and Patrick Patterson (eight points, three rebounds, two blocks, 26 minutes) if they're going to advance.

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Amir Johnson injured his left knee during Sunday's Game 4 road victory, but he continued to play and finished with 17 points, five rebounds, two steals and one block in 30 minutes.

He picked up his fifth foul on a blocking call in the third quarter, and Paul Pierce added injury to insult by landing on Johnson's knee during the play. He never went into the locker room and will play through any injury that doesn't hospitalize him, so he should be ready to go for Game 5 in Toronto on Wednesday.