NBA Star Lonzo Ball Still Not Recovered From Meniscus Surgery – Career May Be OVER!!

NBA star Lonzo Ball is in a pretty serious career crisis. As reported by Media Take Out, the star basketball player suffered a knee injury 9 months ago.

At the time, team doctors told the media that Lonzo would undergo surgery and would make a full recovery within a few months.

Well that didn’t happen. And now, 9 months later, Media Take Out has learned that the star’s knee is still not healed and it is not clear when he will play basketball again.

Here is the first report.

Lonzo suffered a torn meniscus while playing ball.

The meniscus is a piece of cartilage that cushions the bones of the knee. This disc can rupture if the knee is mis-kicked while playing sports, running, a car accident, or just walking. The ability of the meniscus to heal properly depends on the severity of the tear and its location. If the tear is in the inner part of the meniscus, it will take much longer to heal due to the limited blood supply to that region.

For athletes, a meniscus tear can mean the end of the season. However, meniscus tears do not have to be career-ending injuries as long as sufferers are diagnosed and treated in a timely manner and follow all doctor’s recommendations.

But that’s not the case for everyone. Studies show that athletes who suffer from meniscus tears have a higher risk of developing knee osteoarthritis — which can be a career-ending injury.

Let’s all pray that Lonzo recovers soon and returns to court.

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