ROBERT Bolick is ready to hit the hardcourt anew.
Spin.ph sources confirm that the NorthPort star guard has been given the green light to train as the 24-year-old makes his way back from an ACL injury on his right knee.
He has been allowed to participate in non-contact basketball drills, which is certainly a positive for the former Gilas Pilipinas stalwart.
Bolick has been on the shelf since October last year after hurting his knee in the Batang Pier's clash against San Miguel in the 2019 PBA Governors' Cup.
He has been on his road to recovery and has been undergoing therapy at Moro Lorenzo Sports Center for the better part of the past nine months.
The 6-foot-1 court general, who was picked third in the 2018 PBA Rookie Draft, averaged 13.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 4.9 steals in his first season in the pros to earn his place in the All-Rookie Team.
Bolick, however, will have to bide his time as PBA teams await the government's clearance for them to return to practice.
Metro Manila was once again placed under modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) last Sunday, delaying what was supposed to be the return to practices for professional basketball and football teams.
The proud son of Ormoc, Leyte is expected to be a key piece for NorthPort's campaign in the postponed PBA season as he pairs up with Fil-German big man Christian Standhardinger.