Clint Capela (right foot) said his heel feels "way, way better" and he feels like it has healed.
He added he doesn't know if he's 100 percent because he hasn't done any 5-on-5 work. Capela hasn't suited up for the Hawks yet and he's been out since late January. Plantar fasciitis takes a lot of time off to heal, but he should be 100% for camp before the 2020-21 season. He'd had a slew of injuries in his career, so he'll likely be more of a round 4-6 guy in standard drafts. Jun 12 3:53 pm (EST)
- Clint Capela (right foot plantar fasciitis) is "feeling better" and could play if the 2019-20 season resumes.
- 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. All Clint Capela News
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