John Collins

#20 PF / Atlanta Hawks / EXP: 0YRS Height: 6-10 Weight: 235 lb Age: 20 College: Wake Forest

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    Hawks' John Collins: Brought back to NBA

    John Collins (shoulder) was recalled from the G-League's Erie Bayhawks on Tuesday, Michael Cunningham of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Collins was sent down to the G-League for less than a day, as he simply practiced with the Bayhawks while the Atlanta Hawks are in Cleveland for Tuesday's game against the Cavaliers. He should be considered day-to-day after Tuesday.

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    Hawks' John Collins: Assigned to G-League for rehab

    John Collins (shoulder) has been assigned to the G-League's Erie Bayhawks for rehabilitation.As Collins works his way back from a sprained AC joint in his shoulder, the organization seemingly wants him to test the injury out with the G-League team before coming back to the NBA. It's unclear at the moment if he intends to play any games for the Bayhawks, however. Collins will remain sidelined for the Atlanta Hawks' matchup with Cleveland on Tuesday night.

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    Hawks' John Collins: Won't play Tuesday

    John Collins (shoulder) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Cavaliers, Michael Cunningham of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Collins will miss his sixth straight game Tuesday with a sprained AC joint in his left shoulder. He was originally listed as questionable for Tuesday's contest, so there was some hope he might be ready ahead of his 2-to-3 week timetable. But, ultimately, he's been ruled out. His next chance to take the court will come Thursday when the Atlanta Hawks face the Pistons.

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    Hawks' John Collins: Upgraded to questionable for Tuesday

    John Collins (shoulder) has been upgraded to questionable for Tuesday's game against the Cavaliers, KL Chouinard of ATLand29.com reports.Collins has been sidelined since the start of December with a sprained AC joint in his left shoulder, missing a total of five games during that span. He was originally given a 2-to-3 week timetable, so if he's able to give a go, this would be a much earlier return than expected. Look for Collins to test out the injury during Tuesday's morning shootaround, and potentially pregame warmups, before a final decision is made on his availability. If cleared, Collins should see a sizable role in the frontcourt right away with both Mike Muscala (ankle) and Dewayne Dedmon (leg) still out.

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    Hawks' John Collins: Out 2-3 weeks with shoulder sprain

    John Collins has been diagnosed with a sprained AC joint in his left shoulder and is expected to miss the next two-to-three weeks, Shams Charania of The Vertical reports.Collins sustained the injury during Thursday's loss to the Cavaliers and did not travel with the team for Saturday's game in Brooklyn. While the good news is the rookie avoided a tear, he'll still miss at least the next two weeks, which would rule him out for eight games, at the minimum. In the absence of Collins, expect Luke Babbitt and Ersan Ilyasova to pick up increased minutes at power forward.

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    Hawks' John Collins: Out Saturday, MRI on tap

    John Collins will undergo an MRI on his left shoulder Friday and won't travel with the Atlanta Hawks to Brooklyn in advance of Saturday's game against the Nets, Michael Cunningham of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Per KL Chouinard of the Hawks' official site, Collins was spotted with his left arm in a sling after he appeared to injure his shoulder while fighting through a screen in the fourth quarter of Thursday's loss to the Cavaliers. The MRI should offer more clarity on the extent and nature of Collins' injury, but at the moment, it's looking likely that he could be in store for a multi-game absence. Collins' unavailability for at least Friday should open up more run for nearly everyone in the frontcourt since starting center Dewayne Dedmon (leg) is out for 3-to-6 weeks, but Ersan Ilyasova and Luke Babbitt will likely handle most of the minutes at power forward.

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    Hawks' John Collins: Injures shoulder in loss

    John Collins was forced to exit Thursday's loss to the Cavaliers early due to a shoulder injury, Michael Cunningham of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.The severity of the injury is not known at this time. Collins finished the contest with 13 points (6-7 FG, 1-1 FT), seven boards, two steals, and a block across 26 minutes after getting the start at center. His status for Saturday's game against the Nets is unknown at this time, but expect an update when the team provides more information.

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    Hawks' John Collins: Heads to locker room Thursday

    John Collins was seen heading to the locker room during the fourth quarter of Thursday's game against the Celtics with a left shoulder injury and should be considered questionable to return, KL Chouinard of the Atlanta Hawks' official site reports.The injury occurred late in the fourth, so there's a significant chance he won't be able to return. More details on the injury should emerge after the game.

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    Hawks' John Collins: Starts and double-doubles versus Clippers

    John Collins got a rare start on Wednesday, as he totaled 14 points (7-9 FG), 10 rebounds, three assists and four steals across a career-high 38 minutes of action in a 116-103 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers.It's about time that Collins got the start, as he's been one of the Atlanta Hawks' most productive players as a rookie. He has now scored in double figures in five straight games, and, more importantly, he's played at least 36 minutes in back-to-back games. That's an encouraging sign, but it may not last once Luke Babbitt returns.

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    Hawks' John Collins: Will get first career start Wednesday

    John Collins will draw his first career start at power forward for Wednesday's game against the Clippers due to Luke Babbitt (back) being sidelined, Michael Cunningham of the Atlanta-Journal Constitution reports.While the start doesn't necessarily guarantee him more minutes, Collins has been playing well as of late, arguably making him deserving of the start and additional playing time. Over the past four contests, the rookie has posted 16.3 points and 7.5 rebounds across 26.3 minutes per game while shooting 76.9 percent from the field.