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Dewayne Dedmon is expected to play in the Atlanta Hawks' home opener after missing the first three games recovering from a fractured left ankle. The 7-foot center participated in his first full practice and was cleared for Wednesday night's game against the Dallas Mavericks.
Guard/forward Justin Anderson continues to progress in his rehabilitation from surgery on June 29th to address recurring tibial stress syndrome in his left leg. He is currently symptom free and progressing as expected. He will be listed as out for the beginning of training camp on Tuesday, Sept. 25th and his status will be updated as appropriate. Center Dewayne Dedmon, diagnosed with an avulsion fracture in his left ankle on Sept. 4th, continues to progress in his recovery as he enters his second week of weight-bearing rehabilitation. He will be listed as out for the beginning of training camp and his status will be updated as appropriate.
Spurs center Dewayne Dedmon expects to be inside the AT&T Center — and it is assumed back in the starting lineup — for Game 5 against Memphis on Tuesday. This is a sharp contrast from Game 4, which he spent laid up in bed in the team’s hotel across the street from the FedEx Forum.
Manu Ginobili (rest) is out for the Spurs’ game against the Washington Wizards on Saturday. Dewayne Dedmon, who has missed the team’s last five games because of a sprained left knee, is listed as doubtful to play.
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