Victor Oladipo is set to rejoin his Indiana Pacers teammates during their home playoff games, now one victory away from matching their last season win total, now with Oladipo on the sidelines.

The two-way star went down to a season-ending knee injury on Jan. 23, but fully intends to be there for his teammates as he continues his rehabilitation following an earlier surgery.

The Pacers are still fighting for home court advantage in the first round, something they could steal from the Boston Celtics in their final matchup of the season.

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“He told me he would be coming back,” coach Nate McMillan told J. Michael of The Indianapolis Star, before they meet the Celtics for the final time in the regular season Friday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. “I don't think he'll travel with us, but I assume when we come home, he'll be with us for those games.”

Indiana has thrived, even without Oladipo, in a more-than-admirable display of true mettle after his star went down for the remainder of the season.

The Pacers could surely lock down the fourth seed, which could help them against the Celtics in the playoffs, giving them one more home game in a best-of-seven series and allowing Oladipo to cheer them on from the bench, a boost of morale they will surely need through a battle-tested Eastern Conference.