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Could be cut loose in offseason
Should return when league does
Capela had recovered enough from his heel injury to participate in half-court workouts when the NBA season was put on pause, Sarah K. Spencer of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
May sign qualifying offer
Likely to remain in NY next season
Market could be limited
Likely to push back free agency
Preferred center moving forward?
Jordan, who started the final two games before the NBA season was suspended, is the favorite to open the 2020-21 campaign as the starting center due to his chemistry with Kyrie Irving (shoulder) and Kevin Durant (Achilles), Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
May stick in New York
Could cash in this offseason
Not considering retirement
Still hoping to return
Crawford has stayed in shape and is hoping to sign with a team when the NBA season is able to resume.
Could be hot commodity
Expected to exercise option
Option likely to be picked up
Big supporter in ex-coach
Likely out ROS despite delay
Subject of lawsuit
Recovered from coronavirus
Lack of consistency an impediment
Priority re-signing over Ibaka?
Great chemistry with Zion
Melli was recently cited by Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations David Griffin as having particularly impressive early chemistry with Zion Williamson, Jim Eichenhofer of the team's official site reports. "Melli, when there is that dive thrust (by Williamson) toward the rim, (Melli) is going to be pulling bigs away from the basket," Griffin said. "He is absolutely essential when Zion's on the floor, from a spacing standpoint."
Mixed feelings on NBA restart
NBA chances dwindle with extension