According to Brad Turner of the L.A. Times, Clippers guard Milos Teodosic has begun exercising on a stationary bike.
Doc Rivers said Milos Teodosic was riding stationary bike today but still no timetable for return from left foot injury— Brad Turner (@BA_Turner) October 29, 2017
Teodosic suffered an injury to his left plantar fascia in the Clippers’ second game of the season after starting in each of the first two contests. His timeline was originally “out indefinitely” (which is still the case), but estimates for a plantar fascia injury ranged from approximately 2-3 months. Any sign of improvement so early, even something as trivial as beginning work on a stationary bike, is a welcome sign for the Clippers.
In Milos’ absence, Austin Rivers has stepped into the starting lineup and rookie guard Sindarius Thornwell has been impressive in a backup role.