|Posted by shawn cassidy on October 11, 2012 at 4:35 PM|
Bradley worked on conditioning exercises for the first time since undergoing double shoulder surgery.
"I feel a lot better," said Bradley. "I didn’t think I’d be feeling as good as I do right now. Especially because I had [the right] shoulder done a little later. Right now I feel good. I started conditioning today, started lifting with the strength coach today, so I feel great. I feel like we’re moving forward, like we’re supposed to."
Doc still believes that Bradley will be back by mid-December. I remember Perk coming back a month early in 2011 from his expected return of February.
"That's what they have right now, but we just have to take it day-by-day, see how I’m feeling," said Bradley. "I’m ahead of schedule now, so you never know."
Bradley said the shot was rusty. And I fear that may happen to him. I fear that Bradley doesn't come back to form. But he seems dedicated, and that's so important for a young player coming back from an injury.
On another note: Wilcox had an MRI, and it showed that he has back spasms. So Wilcox should be just fine.
"[Tests] came back and they just told me I had to take my time," said Wilcox, whose 2011-12 season ended in March when an enlarged aorta was detected. "I'm just six months out of [heart] surgery, so I got back out here, everything was feeling so good and I missed the game so much, I'm just off here playing off of adrenaline. My body just wasn't all the way healed, but, at the end of the day, every day it's getting better for me and I'm just going to take my time."
Pressed for a timeline, Wilcox noted: "I don't know. I leave that up to the trainers, and, now, like I said, they just want me to get in shape and get back healthy so I won't have to miss any more practices or game situations.
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