As Doc Rivers eased his way down from his coach’s office holding a sheet of paper with Friday’s practice schedule, he casually looked into a side room where his players were either working out or milling about.

Rivers stopped for just a moment and bellowed, “Milos, let’s go!”

And with that, guard Milos Teodosic was on the court preparing to practice again as he finishes rehabilitating from an injury.

Teodosic still was not expected to play Saturday afternoon when L.A. plays the Washington Wizards at Staples Center, but it was another step in the right direction for the point guard who has not played since injuring his left foot in the second game of the season.

“I don’t see him playing tomorrow, but he may,” Rivers said before Friday’s practice. “But I really doubt that.”

Teodosic practiced on Monday with the Clippers’ development league team and again with the Clippers on Tuesday.

He looked good in the session with the Agua Caliente Clippers of Ontario, but Rivers had some concerns about Teodosic when he practiced with the NBA club.

Rivers said Teodosic was able to take part in some “contact last practice” on Tuesday and that Friday was going to be a “full practice.”

Rivers said he’ll leave it up to the Clippers’ medical staff to decide when Teodosic can play.