Brandon Jennings participated in some full court, 4-on-4 work for 10 minutes during Wednesday's practice, and head coach Stan Van Gundy said that he remains on track to return around December 25.
While on the Detroit broadcast, Brandon Jennings said he's played 1-on-1 with assistant coach Quentin Richardson before every game this season.
Brandon Jennings (left Achilles) went through some 4-on-4 work during Thursday's practice.
Brandon Jennings (Achilles) is expected to graduate to full-contact drills this week.
Stan Van Gundy confirmed on Sunday that Brandon Jennings (Achilles) is targeting a return in mid-to late-December.
Brandon Jennings (Achilles) did everything in practice on Sunday except for 5-on-5.
Brandon Jennings (Achilles) was able to participate in some first-team defensive drills in practice on Tuesday.
Brandon Jennings is doing most of the offensive drills with the Pistons and he could return to action around Christmas.
Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy said Brandon Jennings (Achilles) may start participating in drills next week.
Brandon Jennings (Achilles) has been cleared "to continue a steady progression of basketball-related rehab activities geared towards a return to the basketball court."
Stan Van Gundy said that Brandon Jennings (Achilles) is still favoring his left leg when shooting, and he won't put him back on the basketball court until he's 100 percent healthy.
Coach Stan Van Gundy said Brandon Jennings (Achilles) can return to full-contact work by mid-November and suggested he could be six weeks away from returning.
Brandon Jennings (Achilles) has been cleared for basketball activities by doctors, according to Vincent Goodwill of CSN Chicago.
Brandon Jennings (Achilles) is "not close" to being cleared, a source told David Aldridge of NBA.com.