Posted Nov 24 2010 9:23PM
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Bucks forward Carlos Delfino is recovering from a neck sprain and concussion-like symptoms that has kept him out of Milwaukee's lineup.
General manager John Hammond says Delfino had an evaluation Wednesday that found him about 90 percent free of concussion-like symptoms.
It's recommended Delfino have two to three days of additional rest, followed by low-impact physical activity. Without any setbacks, Delfino could return to normal basketball activity in about two weeks.
Delfino has missed the last six games.
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