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SEP 29, 4:12p ET | Cory McCartney
Rotowire: Sep 29 / 4:14p ET
News: Korver (ankle/elbow) was cleared to resume all basketball activities in advance of training camp, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Impact: According to Vivlamore, Korver participated in about 50-to-75 percent of Tuesday's session, which included involvement in 5-on-5 work. The sharpshooting forward seems to be nearly fully recovered from offseason surgery on his ankle and elbow, after the former injury kept him out of the last two games of the Eastern Conference Finals. All signs point to Korver being available for the start of the season in late October, so the pair of offseason procedures shouldn't impact his draft standing.
Rotowire: Jul 31 / 6:29a ET
News: Korver (ankle) has yet to begin basketball activities following ankle and elbow surgery, but his goal is to return in time for training camp, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. "Both ankle and elbow are progressing fine," Korver said. "I'm definitely hopeful that they will be ready to go by camp."
Impact: Korver missed the final two games of the Eastern Conference Finals following surgery to repair a severe right ankle sprain. A month later, Korver was again under the knife to clean up loose bodies in his right elbow. Korver has reiterated throughout the offseason that his goal is to be ready for the start of training camp, which commences in October.