Exactly. You can only do so much as a trainer or physician.
What if, while getting treatment for their injuries, the training staff found that their have created deviations from the normal movement pattern because of the injury and they wanted them to do some corrective exercises to fix the imbalance(s) to prevent other injuries from occuring?
It's easy to assume that they're not doing their jobs by reading a report and seeing that they're not coming back as soon as the media reported. Simply put, nobody outside of the Clippers staff really knows what obstacles are getting in the way of them giving the players the "okay" from getting back on the court.
As many training staffs that Chauncey Billups has encountered, if this staff was really that bad, I'm sure he wouldn't have wanted to re-sign with us. He and Chris Paul said our staff is top notch. If the Suns training staff co-signs ours, I am fully confident in their abilities. The Suns training staff doesn't do magic, but, they are very stringent. They are always assessing players' movement to look for areas of weakness to prevent injuries. It's advanced basics.
As important as home court advantage is throughout the playoffs, I'd rather have a team that is as close to 100% health as possible for the playoff run. I'd say take their time coming back as long as they're adhering to their rehabilitation program while doing light work like free throws, and eating right so they're not far away from being in game shape.