Originally posted on Project Spurs  |  Last updated 2/7/13
After being cleared to return to the practice court, San Antonio Spurs 2012 NBA draftee, guard Marcus Denmon, is back on the hardwood and playing for French team Chalon-Elan. As you may recall, Denmon suffered a broken right foot in the opening game for Chalon-Elan, and underwent surgery to repair his broken right foot where a metal rod was placed in his foot to strengthen it and to avoid further injury. In Denmon's first game back from surgery, he scored 13 points, and grabbed 1 steal in 20 minutes of play against Dijon Basket. In two games for Elan, he is averaging 11 points, 1 steal, shooting 75% from the free-throw line, 33% from the three-point line, and 55.6% from the field in 21 minutes of play. Of course on game day, Denmon took to Twitter to express hiw feeling on returning to the court.  Don't call it a come back — Marcus Denmon (@MizzouMonster12) January 17, 2013
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