Terrance Mann of the Los Angeles Clippers is on the verge of making his comeback to the court following an ankle sprain just before the season’s tip-off.
His status was questionable yesterday, but today’s update suggests a positive outlook, as he prepares to gear up for action.
RealGM reports that Terance Mann is set to make his debut in the 2023-2024 regular season on Wednesday against the Brooklyn Nets. It’s worth noting that he’ll be under a limited playing time restriction.
While Terance Mann’s name was frequently brought up in trade speculations involving James Harden, the Los Angeles Clippers successfully retained him in their eventual trade dealings.
This season, the Clippers opted to field a starting lineup consisting of Harden, Russell Westbrook, Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, and Ivica Zubac, deviating from initial expectations that Mann would start.
Looking ahead, the Los Angeles Clippers (3-3) will be on the road, taking on the Brooklyn Nets (3-4) at the Barclays Center.
Their mission is to bounce back after experiencing two consecutive losses away from home against the Lakers and Knicks.