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Beyond The Buzzer:
Still hoping for a return at the All-Star break?: “Yeah, that’s my hope. Obviously, again, I still haven’t done lateral movement. That’ll be the biggest test. Cutting is the last thing to do, and I’m building up to that slowly but surely.”
What feels comfortable?: “Not jumping. Just post moves. Left- and right-shoulder stuff. Turnaround jumpshots at the right shoulder. Regular jumpshots. Shooting spots — moving baseline, elbow to elbow, all that stuff.”
Do you want to do more?: “I want it to go smoothly. I don’t want any setbacks, so I want to run on the court and do all those things, but I’m going to let the team and the doctors tell me exactly when to take the next step, because if I go out there, I’ll do something stupid.”
via Christopher A. Vito, Sixers Dish
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