Walker (knee) will play with the Austin Spurs on Friday, Jeff Garcia of Fox San Antonio reports.
Walker was sent to to the Spurs' G-League affiliate, the Austin Spurs, to continue rehab on his knee and it appears he's close to full strength. "First game is on Friday but with the G League team. I'll be playing down in Austin for a few days. [I'll] be on a minutes restrictions and stuff but just trying to get a rhythm, get a feel for the game." stated Walker. After successfully returning to game shape, Walker will return to the Spurs, although it's uncertain at this point exactly when that will happen.
Walker (knee) has been assigned to the G League to continue his rehabilitation, Paul Garcia of ProjectSpurs.com reports.
It's great news for the rookie out of Miami as he begins a significant step forward in his rehab with the assignment to the Austin Spurs in the G League. Walker tore his right meniscus back in October and, bearing any major setbacks, is expected to make his NBA debut sometime in December.
Walker (knee) has been progressing with his rehab and may be in-line to return in December, Jeff Garcia of Fox 29 San Antonio reports.
Walker has begun moderate running drills although he has yet to begin directional change or contact work according to coach Gregg Popovich. So far there has been no exact timetable for Walker's return although Popovich said that Walker was "a couple more weeks" away. The Spurs will likely take their time with Walker's recovery, but due to an injury hampered backcourt, he may be in line for more minutes than expected once he is able to take the court.
Walker IV (knee) was walking around practice "just fine", Jabari Young of The Athletic reports.
After undergoing knee surgery Wednesday, Walker was spotted at practice Sunday walking around just fine. It has been reported that the rookie will probably miss up to at least six weeks after tearing his right meniscus last week however.
Walker IV (knee) underwent surgery and his timeline for a return remains six-to-eight weeks, Jabari Young of The Athletic reports.
Walker suffered a torn meniscus less than a week ago, which is the same meniscus he tore last fall prior to his freshman campaign at Miami. Walker wasn't expected to play too big of a role this season, but with Dejounte Murray out for the season with a torn ACL, Walker might be able to see more run than anticipated in the backcourt once he's healthy. More information should be available as he hits milestones in his recovery.
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