Mar 3, 2012; Atlanta, GA, USA; Atlanta Hawks forward Vladimir Radmanovic (77) takes a shot against the Oklahoma City Thunder during the second half at Philips Arena. The Hawks defeated the Thunder 97-90. Mandatory Credit: Josh D. Weiss-US PRESSWIRE
It has taken nearly the entire season but all of the players currently on the Atlanta Hawks roster took part in practice on Tuesday for the first time this season.
Al Horford was once again on the court doing non-contact work and Vladimir Radmanovic returned to practice and was declared probable for Wednesday's game against Boston. Atlanta has been hammered with injuries this season and none bigger than the torn pectoral muscle suffered by Al Horford.
Horford told Michael Cunningham that things are progressing with his rehab but he still has a way to go before being ready to play.
"Still have to get full range of motion back in arm. That's coming along well. Main concern now is conditioning."
Atlanta is hopeful that Horford will be able to return in time for its first-round playoff series against whoever that might be.