Clint Capela (knee) available for Atlanta in Tuesday night's Game 5
Atlanta Hawks forward/center Clint Capela will suit up Tuesday in the team's game against the Miami Heat.
Capela entered Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Playoffs with a questionable tag due to a hyperextended right knee. But despite the ailment, he has received the green light from the training staff to take the court in a win-or-go-home contest.
Our models project Capela for 9.9 points, 11.6 rebounds and 30.7 FanDuel points across 26.9 minutes of action.
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