Atlanta's Clint Capela (Achilles) ruled out on Sunday
Atlanta Hawks center Clint Capela (Achilles) will not play in Sunday's game against the Houston Rockets.
Capela will not be active after Atlanta's center was ruled out for Achilles injury management reasons. Expect Onyeka Okongwu to log more minutes at the five on Sunday night.
Per Rotogrinders' Court IQ 70.4 minutes with Atlanta's current inactives, Okongwu is averaging 1.19 FanDuel points and 0.16 field goal attempts per minute.
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