Zach Collins is optimistic about the season resuming after Friday’s conference call with commissioner Adam Silver.
“I feel confident after hearing him talk that we will play again — it just might not be for a while,” Collins said. “The way he was talking, there will be some kind of regular season — whether it’s a tournament or not as many games — there’s going to be something. There’s too many teams, especially in the West, that can make [the playoffs]. And he was speaking like there is a lot of time to finish everything, so that was encouraging to hear.” Collins had left shoulder surgery in November and was targeting a late-March return before the pandemic hit, and it sounds like he'll be back in uniform once the season resumes. "I feel like I’m pretty close to being 100 percent," he said. May 10 9:47 am (EST)
- Zach Collins (left shoulder surgery) said he hasn't had "any setbacks" in his rehab.
- Terry Stotts said that Zach Collins is "not even close" to being able to get through full practices.
- Collins (shoulder) said last week that he remains optimistic he'll be cleared to play shortly after being re-evaluated in early March, Jamie Goldberg of The Oregonian reports. "There's always going to be that feeling, that competitive itch, you always want to play," Collins said. "Not being able to play sucks, but I'm just trying to make the most of it. Hopefully, I get back out there soon." All Zach Collins News
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