On January 16, Beijing time, in yesterday’s home game against the Warriors, LaVine left the court early due to a left knee injury. The reporter revealed that he will undergo an MRI examination.
Today, according to Bulls officials, LaVine’s MRI showed no serious structural damage to his left knee.
It is reported that LaVine has started targeted therapy and will be re-evaluated early next week, when a clearer return time will be determined. The Bulls official said that LaVine is not expected to miss too long.
Bulls reporter KC-Johnson reported that LaVine has been experiencing knee soreness for the past few weeks. Since he underwent ACL surgery, it has occasionally been the case with his knee. The team and LaVine are still discussing a specific comeback timeline.
LaVine’s knee is still a bit stiff, despite an MRI showing no serious damage, the shams reported.
After the inspection results came out, Lavin also updated Twitter: “????”
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