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After missing all 25 games this season because of recurring problems with his right knee, New Orleans Hornets shooting guard Eric Gordon will rejoin the team in New Orleans on Saturday after spending a month going through extensive rehabilitation work in Los Angeles.
“I’m more than 90 percent sure I’m going to play before this month is over,” Gordon said. “That’s what I’m striving for and I’m starting now to turn things up.”
Demps watched Gordon work out Wednesday and said he looked good. Gordon said he is no longer experiencing any discomfort with his right knee after going through rehabilitation workouts with three different trainers based in Los Angeles.
via The Times-Picayune
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New Orleans Hornets shooting guard Eric Gordon has not had written a Cinderella-story since arrived in New Orleans via trade from the Clippers.
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