Sacramento Kings point guard De’Aaron Fox revealed he is feeling 100%, after spraining his ankle on July 16.
Fox made his return in the scrimmage game against the Bucks, where the Kings fell to Milwaukee (131-123).
The Kings’ starting point guard stayed in the court for 19 minutes, posting seven points and six assists.
In the media session after the game, Fox said he is feeling fine.
“I think I’m 100% now,” Fox said. “I think now I feel a lot better than I did when I came back during the season. … There’s a reason I wanted to really play in this game just to give myself time to analyze exactly what needs to be done.
My body felt fine. My ankle feels good. Just being able to get out there and get those games reps is really what I wanted. I’ll be able to make those adjustments Monday against the Clippers and whatever day that spurs game is, I know I’m going to bring it,” the promising guard said, per the Sacramento Bee.
The California franchise is still without Harrison Barnes, Alex Len and Richaun Holmes, a few days before the official NBA season restart in Orlando.