Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam has been progressing well in his rehab status. According to Josh Lewenberg of TSN, he was cleared for contact and has participated in the team’s Sunday practice.
The All-Star forward has been out earlier this month upon sustaining a right adductor strain. He was ruled by the Raptors to miss at least two weeks.
Per Lewenberg, Siakam has no idea when he’ll be back, but there is a possibility that might be activated the following week.
“I think going through injuries kinda toughens you up,” Siakam said. “I don’t want to go through any of them but I feel like I always learn something and always try to take the positive. It’s just part of it and if you’re able to get out the other side of it, good things always happen.”
Siakam is on a tear prior to his unavailability this season, averaging 24.8 points, 9.3 boards, and 7.7 assists in 35.7 minutes of play. In the ten-game absence he has, Toronto split with a 5-5 card.