Found December 07, 2012 on Beyond The Buzzer:
Richard Hamilton said Friday he was originally told he would be out about four weeks. “(The doctors) said four weeks, but they said I could probably come back before that,” Hamilton said. “Everybody’s body is different. It’s just one of them things where you want to try and get better every day.” Hamilton, who missed 38 games last season because of various injuries, said he is feeling better each day. He has been receiving ice, stim and ultrasound treatments, as well as massages on the foot to try and get back on the floor as soon as possible. via ESPN
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