Atlanta Hawks guard Joe Johnson practiced on Tuesday and is a game-time decision for Wednesday's game against the Golden State Warriors according to Hawks announcer Bob Rathbun.
Johnson sat out the final two games and all of All-Star weekend with tendinitis in his knee. Johnson attended All-Star festivities in Orlando over the weekend but continued to receive treatment on his knee. Johnson told the AJC's Michael Cunningham that he had no pain in the knee after getting some much needed rest.
It feels great. I don't have no pain in it right now, actually. I've been getting a lot of stim [electrical stimulation] and ice. Just trying to get ready for this second half.