The Memphis Grizzlies expect Justice Winslow and Jaren Jackson Jr. to return soon to basketball activities, according to team, as reported by Commercial Appeal.
Jackson hasn’t played since suffering a torn meniscus in his left knee on Aug. 3 during the NBA season restart on Orlando. Justice Winslow is expected to make his return from hip injury this month.
“Jackson will start ramping up his basketball activity over the course of the next month, according to a team source. The source requested anonymity because the team hasn’t publicly updated Jackson’s recovery timeline.”
The Grizzlies’ last five games have been postponed due to league’s health and safety protocols. Prior to the games postponement, Memphis was on a five-game winning streak.
The team is set to return to action on Monday against the San Antonio Spurs. The Grizzlies are fifth in the Western Conference with an 8-6 record.