Blake Griffin shows off his humor again in an amusing interview with Rainn Wilson (The Office). One bit of serious information Griffin reveals, though, is that his recent knee procedure was a partial meniscectomy and not a meniscus repair (Partial meniscectomy is an assumption I’m drawing as opposed to a full meniscectomy because Blake expounds on the procedure, “they took out part of my meniscus”). This is a similar procedure to the one Blake had on his right knee his freshman year of college.
A partial meniscectomy generally has a faster recovery time than meniscus repair (Griffin played in a college game two weeks after his right knee meniscectomy). Maybe Blake’s summer won’t be just devoted to rehab like many have speculated?
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