Dylan Windler (left leg) estimated that he's "90-plus percent" back to where he was before being sidelined for the season due to a stress reaction.
Windler did not play at all in what was supposed to be his rookie campaign, ultimately undergoing surgery in January to address the issue. The Cavaliers minicamp has given the first-round pick ample opportunities to test out the leg in a "live" setting, and thus far he's looked good. Windler is expected to see time at both the shooting guard and small forward positions next season, but that may not be enough to turn him into a viable fantasy option from the start. That being said the reviews have been positive, with Larry Nance Jr. saying that he believes Windler is "gonna be a heck of an asset for us" if the rookie swingman can remain healthy. Sep 27 10:00 am (EST)
- Dylan Windler (stress reaction, left leg) is ready to take part in some 5-on-5 work according to The Athletic.
- Dylan Windler (left leg) said he is "probably about 70 or 80 percent of the way there" from his January surgery.
- Windler underwent season-ending surgery Tuesday to address ongoing symptoms related to his left tibial stress reaction. All Dylan Windler News
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