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Brandon Rush 100%; Working on Mental Aspect

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It’s easier to find comfort in uncomfortable situations when you feel at home, and (Brandon) Rush is finally back home.

“This is a great situation for me to be able to come back and to be with a winning team,” said Rush, who signed a two-year deal worth more than $2.4 million to return to the Warriors this offseason. “I’m just going to try to help the team out with little things: rebounding, shooting and playing defense. I’m in a good mood. My head is in on straight. I’m happy with where I’m at.”

Nearly two years later, he proclaims himself 100 percent healthy. He doesn’t have to do rehab anymore, and he’s getting over the mental block of attacking the rim.

via Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle

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