Thursday, March 01, 2007

Well, this is mildly encouraging:

From the LA Times:

Tony Daly, the Clippers physician who had used an eight- to 12-month time frame predicting Shaun Livingston's return from a knee injury, said he hopes it can be more like six to eight months, while conceding, "It's an inexact science."

"His age is in his favor, 21," Daly said before Wednesday's game with Seattle. "The fact that I've seen him work hard through the other injuries he's had — I've seen him work"...

...The Clippers are hoping that the recovery by Buffalo Bills running back Willis McGahee can serve as a model.

McGahee, who injured three knee ligaments in the 2003 Fiesta Bowl, gained more than 1,000 yards in each of his first two seasons and 990 last season after sitting out his rookie year.

I guess I'll cautiously pour my metaphorical mentality glass to a quarter full in reference this situation, pending further evaluation, analysis, and the ever present etcetera.


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