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« on: January 10, 2008, 12:16:07 pm »

All signs point to a complete recovery from gruesome knee injury and he remains hopeful he can return this season

Shaun Livingston has come a long way since his gruesome knee injury in February, and he remains optimistic after his latest medical visit that he will return to the court this season.

The overriding positive news that came out of his recent visit in Birmingham, Ala., with orthopedic surgeon James Andrews is that all signs point to a complete recovery.

Although his left knee, in which he sustained a dislocated knee cap and three torn ligaments, is regaining its strength, Livingston said the girth around the knee still needs to show growth. Livingston, who will become a restricted free agent this off-season if the Clippers offer him a $5.8-million qualifying offer by June 30, says he will continue working on strengthening the knee.

"It's my call on how the knee is feeling," he said. "I think we are going to remain steady and increase the strength work and decrease the on-the-court stuff, the shooting, and everything else.


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