LOS ANGELES — Glen Davis continues to make progress rehabbing the left shoulder he dislocated Dec. 19 and might be back on the court with the Orlando Magic in the near future.
“[He’s] progressing, getting shots up,” coach Jacque Vaughn said before the Magic upset the Los Angeles Clippers 104-101 Saturday afternoon. “Nothing negative, and conditioning-wise, he’s improving.”
The Magic have no guarantees that Davis won’t reinjure the shoulder, but doctors have been optimistic in their long-term prognoses.
The Magic lost their first 10 games without Davis.
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