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Noah Vonleh on Sunday participated in one-on-one contact play at the practice facility in Tualatin, taking a step forward in his rehabilitation from a right shoulder injury. It’s the first time since Vonleh suffered his injury in September that he’s practiced with any contact and, barring a setback, he could be cleared to return Nov. 1 against the Utah Jazz.
Jason Quick: Blazers’ PF Noah Vonleh says he is on schedule to return in 3 weeks from shoulder strain. Has no pain and full range-of-motion.
Trail Blazers’ forward Noah Vonleh has suffered a right shoulder strain that will keep him out of training camp and likely the first two weeks of the regular season, CSN has learned. Entering his fourth NBA season, Vonleh is one of the Blazers’ better defenders and he was expected to be in the mix for the Blazers’ starting power forward spot.
Trail Blazers’ forward Noah Vonleh has suffered a right shoulder strain that will keep him out of training camp and likely the first two weeks of the regular season, CSN has learned.
Vonleh suffered the injury this week during pickup games at the team’s practice facility. The injury will not require surgery.
Portland Trail Blazers forward Noah Vonleh underwent a successful procedure to remove a bone fragment from his right thigh musculature today.
Dr. Evan Ellis performed the procedure at Rebound in Vancouver, Wash., and the expected recovery time is 3-4 weeks.
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December 11, 2017 | 11:06 pm EST Update
Brett Dawson: Billy Donovan says “crazy as this may sound,” he was excited by the way OKC played offensively. Liked the shots they got tonight. Said the third quarter was “not indicative of who we have been” defensively.
KC Johnson: Portis: “I mean, I don’t want to keep talking about me and Niko. We’re just playing our games, playing off each other and just trying to play within Fred’s offense. Our second unit has been clicking real well. It’s been fun.”