Practicing with the Pacers again, Glenn Robinson III provides update on left ankle rehab

Pacers forward Glenn Robinson III continues on with his rehab process after having left ankle surgery during training camp.

“Last Friday (Dec. 8), I got cleared to be able to shoot and to start running and jumping again so I’m feeling great,” Robinson III said recently. “I don’t have a timetable right now of when I’ll be back. They want to see where my limits are and what all I can do.

“Rehab is tough. It hurts at times, there are certain stretches, certain things that we got to do to get my ankle back sitting in the right spot.

“Literally I had to teach myself to walk again.”

Robinson III can provide a spark to the roster whenever he does return, likely after the All-Star break.

“It was definitely feathery to see him out there playing,” said Victor Oladipo, of course. “Just glad he’s back, man. … He’s going to impact the game on both ends of the floor and that’s huge for us. Just another person with experience and someone who can come in and effect the game in a positive way.

“He’s been working hard. He’s always in here for three-, four-hour days. A setback is a set for an even bigger comeback so I’m looking forward to seeing him when he’s back playing.”

Watch as GRIII provides an update on December 14th:

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