New Orleans Pelicans guard Eric Gordon’s 2012-13 season was largely limited by injuries. After missing the first 29 games of the campaign due to a patella tendon disorder and bone bruise in his knee, Gordon’s playing time was restricted through April. He then underwent ankle surgery soon after the season ended. Despite the injury issues, Gordon is excited about the coming season, noting that he hopes to be “100 percent” by the time training camp begins, according to John Reid of The Times Picayune.
``It's been easy sailing so far and when training camp begins, I want to be at 100 percent,'' Gordon said.``I had surgery right after the season and I've been working out and training since then, trying to get back at 100 percent before training camp begins. I'm very close to that point now.''
Gordon said his rehab from ankle surgery is on schedule, adding that he’s been moving around pretty well. He’s excited for the team’s offseason additions, which include Jrue Holiday and Tyreke Evans. With the All-Star and former Rookie of the Year joining Gordon and big man Anthony Davis, the Pelicans are hoping to contend this season