Dylan Windler Stats
- Height / Weight
- 78 / 196 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/22/1996 (25)
Dylan Windler Last 10 Games
Dylan Windler News
Cleveland Cavaliers forward Dylan Windler (hand) will miss at least one week of action and will be re-evaluated after that. An MRI revealed that he fractured the fourth metacarpal in his left hand during Wednesday's season opener. Luckily, there is no break in his wrist, but the team is going to be cautious. Kevin Porter Jr. (personal) remains sidelined, so Damyean Dotson and Dean Wade should split up the extra minutes. Neither of them should get enough time to make a significant impact in fantasy leagues.
Cleveland Cavaliers forward Dylan Windler left Wednesday's game against the Hornets after a mid-air collision with JaVale McGee and will not return. Windler had three points and two steals before leaving. Windler isn't on anyone's fantasy radar right now, but if he misses time, there will be a few more minutes to go around to some players who might be on the edge of fantasy relevance like Dean Wade or Damyean Dotson.
Cleveland Cavaliers forward Dylan Windler (leg) is ready to participate in 5-on-5 workouts. He was a first round pick by the Cavs in 2019, but didn't play in a single game for the team. Windler suffered a leg injury that resulted in surgery, which cost him the entire season. It sounds like he is making progress and getting ready for next year. However, he'll face an uphill battle for minutes after the emergence of Kevin Porter Jr. towards the end of the regular season. Windler could find some minutes in Cleveland next season, but probably won't play enough to warrant drafting in most formats.
Cleveland Cavaliers forward Dylan Windler (leg) says that he is around 70 or 80 percent healthy after having surgery in January. Its been a little over three months right now and I think the docs saying maybe a month or a month and a half before Im able to play live basketball again, Windler said. He played well during the Summer League, but he was never able to take the court this season due to his leg injury. Kevin Porter Jr. has been playing well, which means Windler is likely going to be behind him in the rotation. He might work his way into the rotation next season, but it depends on what the Cavs do in the offseason.