THE Port Adelaide boys might be sweating it out ahead of the season opener in March, but another elite athlete around Alberton is set to make a comeback this weekend.
After injuring his knee in January, Adelaide 36ers guard Jerome Randle has been taking advantage of the state of the art facilities down at Alberton to help with his rehab.
Randle faced a race against time to be fit for the business end of the NBL season, as the 36ers need at least one win from their remaining two games to make the playoffs.
Jerome Randle working hard to get back on the court. Thanks Port Adelaide Football Club for letting Jerome use your facilities.Posted by Adelaide 36ers on Friday, 5 February 2016
With the assistance of Port Adelaide’s anti-gravity machine, Randle was this morning given the all clear by his doctors to play in the 36ers do or die games ahead of playoffs.
Randle tweeted about how impressed he was by the Power’s work ethic.