Lonzo Ball's Knee Injury Proves To Be A Setback For Bulls, Future Uncertain

Photo: Instagram/Lonzo Ball 

Lonzo Ball's knee injury continues to be a concern for the Chicago Bulls.

He was originally diagnosed with a knee bruise in Jan. 14, 2022 but later found to have a torn meniscus requiring surgery.

Despite being expected to return in 6-8 weeks, Ball required a second surgery and has been out for 54 weeks, missing all of last season.

Photo: Instagram/Lonzo Ball 

Coach Billy Donovan recently said Ball is "nowhere near" a return and the team will consider officially ruling him out for the rest of the current season.

Ball was a key player for the Bulls prior to the injury, known for his 3-point shooting, transition skills, and defense.

It's uncertain if he'll ever return to his previous form or even play again.

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Source: CBS


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