Price per Head Sportsbooks: Nerlens Noel cleared for basketball activity

Nerlens Noel,According to sources, Nerlens Noel, Philadelphia 76ers rookie center, got the green light by Dr. James Andrews to resume basketball-related activities and could return to the court shortly after the All-Star break, and price per head sportsbooks would certainly not mind seeing the player return to action.

Pay per head services learned that Noel, who in February suffered a torn ACL while playing for Kentucky, visited Andrews last week in Florida.

“He is doing excellent, and the team is taking good care of him,” Andrews told ESPN.com on Wednesday.

Andrews said that he was not able to release more information due to privacy laws, but sources said that barring a setback, Noel could return to action within the next four to six weeks, and price per head sportsbooks would really like to see this happen.

“He tested really well, and his knee looks great,” one source said. “Dr. Andrews suggested he be cleared to do on-court drills, but the team still has to clear him.”

CSNPhilly.com reported that on Tuesday, Noel was seen playing one-on-one against former NBA big man and assistant coach Greg Foster.

It is still not known how quickly the Sixers are prepared to get Noel back on the floor. Pay per head services remember that in October, first-year Philadelphia coach Brett Brown said that the player’s progress is “slow” and “everybody doubts he is going to play this year,” but later on he left open the possibility of his return to action.

Pay per head services were happy to see that the Sixers, having been widely assumed to be prioritizing this season its lottery position above anything else, started 3-0 without Noel. But apart from a recent four-game winning streak, the team have struggled a lot since, and in the Atlantic Division are in last place (12-25).

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Still, price per head sportsbooks know that the Sixers are only 3 and a half games out of the eighth and last playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.