Tristan Thompson (31, FA) mentioned the injury of Lonzo Ball (25, Chicago Bulls).

Daniel Greenberg, an insider reporter in Chicago, reported on the afternoon of the 22nd (Korean time) that Thompson had heard from Ball’s agent.먹튀검증

According to Thompson, Ball traveled around the country to see doctors while he was away from the injury, but he was diagnosed with an unknown cause, all of which he stuck out his tongue, calling it “a unique injury I’ve never seen before.”

On this day, Chicago said through the club’s official social network service (SNS), “Ball has decided not to return this season because of discomfort in his left knee that has been sore.” They also added, “Ball will work on rehabilitation with the goal of returning perfectly in the 2023-24 season.”

Ball was out for the season after undergoing surgery on his left knee after a game against the Golden State Warriors on January 15 last year. Ball, who devoted himself to his rehabilitation, was expected to be able to return in the 22-23 season, but in September of last year, ahead of the season opening, he underwent additional arthroscopic surgery aimed at an accurate diagnosis.

However, the Chicago medical team announced that they could not even determine the cause of his injury, let alone relieve the pain in his cheek. Accordingly, Ball traveled around the country to treat the pain, but could not hear the exact name of the disease from any doctor.

Ball was the basis of Chicago’s defensive tactics to the extent that he even took on the role of perimeter defense and anchor, the center of the defense. Here, he did his part in the attack with auxiliary reading and accurate outside attacks. As a result, Chicago showed an upward trend last season, but fell sharply after a ball injury.

Therefore, Chicago acquired ‘Mad Dog’ Patrick Beverly from the buyout market instead of ball, which was decided to be out of the season. Beverly is a resource that can do what Ball does.

Meanwhile, Thompson, a former NBA champion in 2016, played an active role in Chicago with the ball until last season.

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