Amir Johnson PF/C TOR 12 Days

Johnson (ankle) went through a full practice Monday, the Toronto Sun's Ryan Wolstat reports

He should be considered healthy moving forward, and we should see his role expand from the 18-21 minutes he has seen in his last two contests.

Amir Johnson PF/C TOR 12 Days

Johnson (ankle) scored five points (2-3 FG, 1-1 3P) with three rebounds and four fouls in just 18 minutes during Sunday's shellacking of the 76ers.

With the Raptors cruising to an easy win coach Dwane Casey saw no reason to push Johnson, but it's worth noting that he didn't seem to be at full speed when he was on the court. Consider him a risky play for the upcoming week, as Casey could continue to use any excuse to limit his minutes and try to keep him from re-injuring his ankle.

Amir Johnson PF/C TOR 13 Days

Johnson (ankle) will not be on a minutes restriction Sunday against the Sixers, Josh Lewenberg of TSN reports.

Coach Dwane Casey said Johnson is good to go and could have played in the second half of Friday's contest. While Johnson is on track to start Sunday, he could end up seeing limited minutes if the game gets out of hand early.

Amir Johnson PF/C TOR 13 Days

Johnson (ankle) was declared "fit to play" by Raptors' coach Dwane Casey after Saturday's practice, the Toronto Star reports.

He'll likely get the start on Sunday, but a home game against the woeful Sixers could see the Raptors race out to a big early lead, setting up another abbreviated appearance for Johnson even if he doesn't aggravate his ankle injury. In daily formats, you may want to look elsewhere for front court production.

Amir Johnson PF/C TOR 14 Days

Johnson (ankle) managed to practice Saturday and is considered questionable for Sunday's game against the 76ers, TSN Sports reports.

Johnson was taken out of Friday's game with a sore left ankle but said Saturday that he could have played through the pain if needed. The 27-year-old has had a history of ankle injuries in the past, although this most recent injury doesn't seem to be concerning for his long-term status.

Amir Johnson PF/C TOR 15 Days

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

The Raptors are saying that it is not a re-injury but he they will hold him out as a precaution. Consider him day-to-day for now.

Amir Johnson PF/C TOR 15 Days

Johnson (ankle) will start Friday against the Wizards, the Toronto Star's Doug Smith reports.

Johnson's minutes may be limited, but this is good news for a Raptors squad that got dominated on the boards by the Celtics on Wednesday.

Amir Johnson PF/C TOR 15 Days

Johnson (ankle) will play and start Friday against the Wizards, the Star reports.

Johnson also reportedly won't be on a minutes restriction, so he should be getting a full games worth of work. With Johnson back in the starting lineup, Patrick Patterson will be removed and placed back in a bench role.

Amir Johnson PF/C TOR 15 Days

Johnson (ankle) has been downgraded to a game-time decision for Friday's matchup with the Wizards, the National Post reports.

Johnson's status for Friday was a bit more optimistic this past Wednesday when he seemed to be cleared to play. However, things have changed and Johnson will be monitored prior to the start of the Washington game to determine if he'll ultimately take the court.

Amir Johnson PF/C TOR 17 Days

Johnson (ankle) should be good to go for Friday's game, TSN 1050's Josh Lewenberg reports.

Patrick Patterson will start again at power forward Wednesday, but Johnson should return for the weekend action.