He's apparently ahead of schedule on his rehab and will be ready for the opener tomorrow, just saw it on ESPN. He was supposed to miss most of November, so it was surprising when I saw this on the ticker.
It's good news indeed. He's the most unique player on our roster, and therefore the worst one to go without. Redd's a better player, but Mo or Charlie can give us 75% of what he does in his absence. Would've been rough to watch Gadz and Skinner passing out of the high post like Bogut does (and Stotts said he wouldn't have changed the offense).