Notice MRI CONFIRMS SKAL LABISSIERE LEFT KNEE INJURY

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    MRI CONFIRMS SKAL LABISSIERE LEFT KNEE INJURY

    Portland forward/center will be re-evaluated in four weeks


    PORTLAND, Ore. (January 8, 2020) Results of a second MRI confirm Trail Blazers forward/center Skal Labissiere has a left knee articular cartilage lesion, it was announced by president of basketball operations Neil Olshey.


    The injury occurred at the 10:20 mark of the first quarter of Portland's game vs. the L.A. Lakers on December 28.


    Labissiere will continue his rehabilitation protocol and be re-evaluated in four weeks.


    In 33 games (one start) this season, Labissiere is averaging 5.8 points (55.1% FG, 23.1% 3-PT, 75.8% FT), 5.1 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 0.94 blocks. He has scored in double figures eight times and recorded one double-double.



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    No way Neil announced it because he’s obviously dead.
     
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    He clears waivers later today I believe.
     
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    knowing what has happened in Portland over the years, and in the last year, why would any guy over 6'8 sign with the Blazers? There's voodoo at work and it looks to be getting stronger
     
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    Seriously, it’s getting exhausting injuring all of these tall guys year after year. But if I don’t do it, who will?
     
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    Articular cartilage lesion, as I recall, was what led to Oden’s microfracture surgery. I don’t think that they use that much anymore. Can’t imagine why.
     
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    nvm, tomorrow morning. If he clears he better be on the roster the next day.
     
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