The ordeal of recovering from a torn Achilles' tendon takes Dan Dickau to Rebound Orthopedic Physical Therapy, where five days a week he goes through a series of rehabilitation exercises.
On this day, the 27-year-old Boston Celtics guard and Vancouver resident steps onto a mini-trampoline. It causes Doug Rosario, his physical therapist, to smile.
"Now, he can barely get up in the air," Rosario said. "But I tease him, he probably couldn't get very high in the air before the injury." [More...] source: columbian
I have no idea what's going to happen with Dan Dickau. Delonte is most assuredly guaranteed a place in the backcourt, whether it be a starting PG spot, a backup PG spot, or a backup SG spot. Ainge and Rivers makes no secret about their desire to add a veteran PG. And with the draft fastly approaching, it seems like we're keeping an eye out for one of the PG's who'll be in the draft (Foye, Rondo, Marcus Willilams, Sergio Rodriguez, Will Blalock). And that still leaves us with Tony Allen, who may be asked to fill in at backup PG because of his ability to create plays, and Orien Greene, who showed glimpses of being a backup PG in the league. Dickau's main attribute is his outside shooting, but being buried so deep on the bench, he won't get to see much time. Plus he has to make his way back from a big injury, and that's not going to be easy.