Alongside Klay Thompson, James Wiseman went through the final stages of his rehab before making his long-awaited return to the Golden State Warriors rotation.
The 2020 No.2 overall pick hasn’t adjusted since suffering a meniscus injury against the Houston Rockets in April of last season.
While there is no specific timeline for his return, Wiseman was recently cleared to participate in Golden State’s full training. Wiseman also trained with the Santa Cruz G League Warriors.
However, his rehabilitation will have to be suspended. Wiseman is the latest member of the Warriors to enter league health and safety protocols.
Going through @anthonyVslater on Twitter:
James Wiseman has entered the league’s health and safety protocols. He’s in the final stages of what has been a tedious meniscus rehab and that will only complicate matters a bit more.
– Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) December 30, 2021
With the recent spate of COVID-19 cases in the NBA, players like Andrew Wiggins, Jordan Poole, Moses Moody, Damion Lee and Draymond Green have all entered the league’s health and safety protocol.
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