Adam Hanga says recovery from knee surgery going well

After an unfortunate summer of injuries to San Antonio Spurs' overseas stashed players Davis Bertans, Livio Jean Charles, and Adam Hanga, a bit via: www.foro-apuestas.comof good news comes to hopefully bring some relief to Spurs fans.
The Spurs' 59th pick in the 2011 NBA draft, Adam Hanga, had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee this summer for a torn meniscus. In a recent interview, the young Hungarian player commented on his recovery and his return to his ACB team Laboral Kutxa.
Here is what Adam had to say during his recent team press conference.
"I feel much better, we had a period of ten weeks and everything is going well according to what the doctor told me. I have to be patient and not to rush. It is important that I recover well not to feel pain " Hanga explained about his recovery. On his day-to-day program he also said, "I have to do different exercises. Above all, I have to do a lot of bike. I use a special machine for rehabilitation. Now I have to make up the muscle and strength in the legs. I have to recover to the level before. The recovery is going well , I feel no pain and every day I feel a little better."
Regarding his thoughts on his upcoming season, Adam went on to say he has a few goals in mind.
"The first thing I want is to help the team in all situations. I will do what the coach tells me and hopefully have a good season. I want to help on defense and offensively. I have height and strength. I want to gain confidence and play better. "
Obviously, Adam is very optimistic about his recovery and eager to get back on the court. And hopefully that helps to soothe Spurs fans' worries about the young players' injury and recovery.
As a Spurs fan, I wish him a speedy recovery and stellar season in the ACB League. Hopefully, he will be wearing black and silver very soon.