Rodney Hood (left Achilles surgery) said he will not return during the 2019-20 season "under any circumstance."
That presumably includes the postseason, but the good news is that his rehab is progressing well. He was recently seen going through explosive, weight-bearing drills on a balance ball, and should have enough time to get ready for the start of 2020-21. When that will occur is anyone's guess, but Christmas Day has been suggested as a start date. May 23 10:20 am (EST)
- Rodney Hood (left Achilles surgery) recently went through a workout with weight-bearing exercises.
- Rodney Hood has shed his walking boot and has been working out one-on-one with the Portland training staff three days a week as he continues to rehab from a torn left Achilles.
- Hood said earlier this month that he's ahead of schedule in his rehab from December surgery to repair a ruptured left Achilles' tendon and expects to return to the court during the 2019-20 season, Jamie Goldberg of The Oregonian reports. All Rodney Hood News
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