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OCT 24, 8:48p ET | Jack Magruder
Rotowire: Sep 28 / 3:23p ET
News: Wroten (knee) is still without a return timeline, Tom Moore of Calkins Media reports.
Impact: Wroten tore his ACL in January but noted that his rehab is going well and he expects to return at some point during the 2015-16 season. "Rehab is going great," Wroten said. "I want to be able to play and not worry about it." That last sentence would seem to imply that Wroten will not be rushing back, and with the Sixers likely to be out of the playoff race early in the year, the team doesn't have much of an incentive to expedite his return.
Rotowire: Aug 19 / 12:27p ET
News: Wroten, who tore his ACL in January of the 2014-15 season, could return as soon as training camp according to 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie, Dei Lynam of CSN Philadelphia reports.
Impact: Wroten appears to be ahead of schedule in his recovery, as the original hopeful return date was the start of the regular season. "Tony is on track. I heard good things of late. Expectation to be ready for training camp," Hinkie speculated Wednesday. Upon his return, Wroten will likely compete for the starting point guard job, and the status of his knee will continue to be monitored.
Rotowire: Jul 13 / 5:49p ET
News: Wroten (knee) is expected to return at the start of the regular season, the Philly Inquirer reports.
Impact: It was previously reported that everything was going well for Wroten, so this is further confirmation that he's still on track in his recovery. Wroten tore his knee in January and then went on to have surgery in early-February, therefore ending his 2014-15 season. As soon as he's able to return, look for Wroten to battle Isaiah Canaan for the starting point guard position barring any other free agent pickups or trades.