With a sprained left ankle, Capela has missed the last six games, and he is officially labeled as doubtful.
If the 27-year-old is able to suit up, it wouldn’t be strange to see him limited to a limited number of minutes in his first game back in action after a lengthy absence.
A Swiss professional basketball player, Clint N’Dumba Capela (born 18 May 1994) for the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
He is the Hawks’ all-time leader in field-goal percentage, and he was the league’s top scorer in that category during the 2017–18 season.
He has the distinction of being the highest-earning team athlete in the history of Switzerland.
What Happened to Clint Capela?
Capela has missed six games due to an injured left ankle, and he was officially listed as questionable.
Capela notched his first double-double since early January, a statistic that reflects his current state of play. As a consequence of his continuous injury worries, his playing time has been substantially curtailed.
The Hawks seem to be attempting to manage him to guarantee he is available for the playoffs if they are still in contention.
Although his fantasy potential is restricted owing to his limited minutes, he still deserves a roster spot due to his ability to pile up rebounds and blocks while scoring effectively from the floor.