Brooklyn Nets guard Caris LeVert is coming to full 5-on-5 clinic and there’s optimism that he can play to this all star fracture in mid-February, league sources told .

LeVert, out after dislocating his right foot since Mid November, has made progress and is expected to apply at Brooklyn this week with the Nets’ G League team, league sources said.

LeVert, 24, had appeared to be on his approach into an all star season for the Nets, averaging 18.4 points and showing the promise of a few of their summit’s rising stars. The Nets are 28-26 and holding on to sixth at the Eastern Conference race and also hope to get back guard Spencer Dinwiddie out of a guideline in late February or early March.

LeVert was the 20th overall selection in the 20-16 draft.

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