The Portland Trail Blazers center Zach Collins confirmed that he has no limitations with his left shoulder, after his occurred injury in October.
The third-season center will join the Blazers in the Orlando restart and confirmed that he is good to go.
“The shoulder feels great. No limitations,” Collins confirmed during a Zoom session with the media, per NBC Sports.
“I have had no reason to believe that it will hold me back from doing anything. I feel pretty normal on the court like the surgery didn’t even happen, so I’m ready to go.”
Collins and the rest of the Blazers are not allowed to full-contact training due to the NBA restrictions, but the promising center has tested his shoulder flexibility in the weight room.
The Blazers’ big man has career averages of 5.7 points, 3.3 rebounds and 0.7 blocks per game in his first three seasons in the league.