Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas is practicing with his teammates once again, but claims that he won't rush back from his most recent knee surgery.
"I'm running, jumping, dunking, feeling good. No pain, no swelling," Arenas told the Washington Post. "My balance is back, my speed is back. The only thing I have to get used to again is being around other bodies out there on the court. I'm working on getting timing back. The only thing I'm not doing is playing in games."
Arenas hasn't played this season because of three knee procedures in an 18-month span.
"The way I look at it: I rushed back twice and got hurt again twice, so this time, I'm going to take my time and make sure," he added.