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Matt, thanks for the report. I still don't get the issue with Josh Clemons' knee. Didn't he only have torn cartilage and only had it scoped? Is this not true or am I getting him confused with someone else?
It has been about 18 months since his injury and surgery. Have they done another scope surgery just to make sure everything is OK with the knee? Even a torn ACL should be totally healed at this point. Does anyone know the problem / issue with his knee and why it is taking so long to rehab? TIA GO CATS!!!
Thanks for the link romp. I still don't understand the problem. They did an exploratory scope to remove any loose objects on August 22, 2012, and were thinking he could possibly be ready for the first or second game last year. We are 7 months out since his second exploratory surgery, and he is still having problems. This is a surgery that usually allows for a very quick recover to 100% in 3 to 4 weeks max. There is obviously another problem with his knee. If he is only seeing the surgeons at the UK hospital, he needs to go somewhere else. Either Dr. Marc Siegal in Cincinnati or Dr. Paul Andrews that did the surgery on Nerlens should be consulted immediately. This is critical for him if he has hopes of playing in the pros. Based on the games he was able to play as a true frehman, he clearly has a shot at the pros if he can get healthy and back to full speed. Good luck to him! GO CATS!!!
Maybe I missed this at some point, but was there ever an update on TJ Jones and his problems down in SC? He is still on the roster; so is it safe to assume that is behind him or has the legal process not been complete?
Alot of what happens to TJ Jones will depend on number 1 how the charges go and number 2 how talented he is. He certainly passes the look test for a OT 6'6 320 long arms he may be a guy that can be a starter down the road
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