Clint Capela (right foot plantar fasciitis) is "feeling better" and could play if the 2019-20 season resumes.
There's no guarantee the Hawks will even play if the league opens back up, but Hawks president and GM Travis Schlenk hopes his team gets the chance. "Our guys are excited about the opportunity to get back to it," Schlenk said. "Clint says he's feeling better, and there's a possibility that we can get him back on the court. Practicing and playing five games would be valuable to us." Capela hasn't played since Jan. 29 and it's understandable that the Hawks would like to see their newly-acquired center play alongside Trae Young, John Collins and company. Fantasy owners should be particularly attuned to the impact Capela might have on Collins, who will inevitably earn fewer minutes at the center position. May 27 10:26 am (EST)
- Clint Capela (right plantar fasciitis) hasn't been able to be evaluated by the training staff due to the pandemic but he says he's continuing to make progress.
- Before the season was suspended on March 11, Clint Capela (plantar fasciitis) was making good functional progress and had progressed to participating in half-court workouts according to Sarah K. Spencer.
- Clint Capela (plantar fasciitis) said he is still dealing with soreness in his heal. All Clint Capela News
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