Expert explains Kristaps Porzingis knee surgery, timeline, & 3 positives

Dr. Raj, DPT explains Dallas Mavericks big Kristaps Porzingis knee surgery (lateral meniscus repair), three reasons why the surgery type bodes well for his future prospects, and when Porzingis may return to on court action | Expert explains Kristaps Porzingis knee surgery, timeline, & 3 positives | Expert NBA injury analysis

For reference, I’m a DPT (Doctor of Physio), youth basketball coach, sports scientist, researcher, mindfulness enthusiast and owner of 3CB Performance —providing sports medicine, performance, and mindfulness services online and in-person at clinics in West LA and Valencia, CA.

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Here’s a table of contents:
- 0:00 Intro
- 0:10 What happened
- 0:21 What’s a meniscus repair?
- 0:42 Key positive #1
- 1:25 Key positive #2
- 1:53 Key positive #3
- 2:21 When will Porzingis be back?
- 2:50 Outro


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