Just as if things couldn’t possibly get any better for the Pacers after a better start to the season than most thought, Nate McMillan on Tuesday afternoon delivered some great news on small forward Glenn Robinson III.
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Right before the season started for the Pacers, they had to deal with terrible news being that Glenn Robinson III was going to have to miss two months who had to undergo surgery on his left ankle. Now, it is said that he is out of the walking boot and is “getting better every day” according to head coach Nate McMillan.
Robinson suffered the injury Sept. 29 in a scrimmage during practice, crumbling to the floor after a drive to the basket.
The early prediction for Robinson’s return to the court was going to be sometime in Mid-December, which is now right around the corner. If McMillan and the Pacers doctors were to stick to the original plan, Robinson should return on either the 20th, 23rd, 26th, or 27th when the Pacers have games.