While Steve Nash has started to do some light dribbling drills he said he is “nowhere near” being ready for change-of-direction and cutting drills.
The Los Angeles Lakers guard has not played since suffering a small fracture in his left leg on Oct. 31.
“It’s sore. I don’t mind the pain. But it needs to heal. It hasn’t healed yet,” he told the Los Angeles Times. “I’ll work through as much pain as I can without going backwards.”
Nash was asked if there was a timetable for his return and he responded with “I have no idea. It’s sore when I wake up but it gets better throughout the day, for sure.”
Nash will undergo further medical testing this weekend.