Found December 24, 2012 on Beyond The Buzzer:
Orlando Magic power forward Glen Davis said he’s doing a better job lately of keeping his spirits up after he learned the left shoulder sprain he suffered last week won’t require surgery. Davis said the pain was excruciating when he suffered the injury last Wednesday in a win over the Washington Wizards. The next day, an MRI revealed that, in the words of general manager Rob Hennigan, Davis sustained “no significant structural damage.” He wasn’t wearing a sling Sunday, even though doctors want him to do so. He watched the game away from the Magic’s bench because team officials didn’t want to take the risk of players accidently colliding with Davis as they chased a loose ball. “I have my own timetable, and it’s when Glen feels good enough to play,” Davis said. “There is no timetable. I might have Superman powers and might come back next week or two weeks, three weeks, four weeks, a month. But it depends on how I feel.” via Orlando Sentinel
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