TROY Rosario will remain as a spectator for TnT Katropa's next few games as there's no definite timetable for his debut in the PBA Governors Cup.
Rosario hyperextended his right knee in Monday's practice, and he's unsure when he can return to the court as he's still undergoing therapy.
"Sa ngayon hindi ko pa alam, nagte-therapy pa ako," said Rosario, who has missed Katropa's first two games, both wins, in the season-ending conference.
"Depende sa katawan ko rin kung mabilis maghi-heal," he added.
The second overall pick in the 2015 PBA draft admitted he's itching to get back on the court, but said he is not rushing his recovery.
"Syempre sabik rin ako makabalik, pero kailangan ko munang pagtuunan ng pansin yung recovery ng injury ko," he said.
After all, TnT looked as if it hardly missed his presence, as well as those of injured Kelly Williams and Matt Ganuelas-Rosser, in a scintillating 2-0 start.
Their latest victims were the Meralco Bolts, who they beat on Saturday, 98-95, at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum.
"Of course we want them back. But the guys here are doing their best to make us survive," said TnT head coach Jong Uichico.
"They have to fit back into the team. Hindi lang basta pagpasok, andyan na sila because these guys have worked hard also," he added.