8 NBA players who may return after injury when the season resumes, including Zach Collins

Jusuf Nurkic has yet to play this season. [Image Source: Flickr | Night Court]
Jusuf Nurkic has yet to play this season. [Image Source: Flickr | Night Court]

Justise Winslow has yet to make his debut for the Grizzlies and Andre Roberson hasn’t played in over two years

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With the recent announcement that 22 teams will resume play to complete the 2019-20 NBA season, there are a few players who have had ample time to be on the mend during the break-in action.

Here are eight that could be ready to play once the season is ongoing again. There have been reports that players such as Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, John Wall, Jonathan Isaac, and Al-Farouq Aminu would not be returning, so they are not included.


Marvin Bagley III, Sacramento Kings

The second overall pick in 2018, Bagley III, last played on January 20 after re-aggravating a foot injury. He has appeared in just 13 games on the season, averaging 14.2 points and 7.5 rebounds.


Zach Collins, Portland Trail Blazers

The team’s starting power forward to begin the season, Collins played in just Portland’s first three games before needing shoulder surgery, and he was expected to be out until about March. The 10th overall pick in 2017 was averaging nine points and four rebounds in the three outings before the injury.

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