Spearman keeping at it

February 26th, 2013
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Many people may have written off a return this season by Hawaii junior guard Brandon Spearman, who went down with a severe ankle injury at Pacific a little more than a week ago.

Brandon Spearman is still not one of those people.

Spearman's been attacking his rehab hard with team trainer Lyn Nakagawa, and hasn't backed off from his hope to return to action in the Big West tournament March 14-16.

"Like I said, feeling like I'm going to be on the court come Big West tournament time," Spearman said. "It's responding real fast. It's healing fast. Kind of surprising a lot of people. I'm just going to keep up the hard work."

He was out of his protective boot while going through some slower-paced exercises during team practice on Tuesday. He still has the boot handy for protection.

"I've been doing heel-toe walks. Pretty much doing lateral stuff. A lot of agility stuff," Spearman said.

"At first I was on crutches. Got rid of those, now I'm in the boot. The boot's been feeling pretty good. I've been able to walk. It's protecting it, that's why I gotta wear it."

2 Responses to “Spearman keeping at it”

  1. K-Bay:

    ʻBʻ ! KEEP UP The Good Hard Work!
    iʻm thinkinʻ (But LISTEN to The Trainers and Doctors)
    THAT Not So Much Risk to Pushing Recovery as long as youʻre keeping it strong and protected...
    (Worst is a Setious Rush-Re-Injury -- Hope Not of course --
    Where you have the Whole Off-Season to Take a Slow More Carefu Recovery

    Hope We See You Back in Prime Time
    READY To WIN Another of Your Patented CHAMPIONSHIPS!

    Your Teammates are being forced to UP their game in Your absence
    The Whole Grows Greater than The Sum of the Parts....

    GO ʻBOWS!
    WIN Warriors!


  2. Big Al:

    go spearman