Morgan surgery

UCLA backup center J’mison Morgan had arthroscopic surgery to remove torn cartilage in his right knee today.The procedure was performed by Dr. David McAllister, a UCLA team physician, earlier today at the UCLA Hospital. Recovery time is expected to be six weeks.

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  • Anon

    Was this just routine “maintenance” or did he have an undisclosed injury that was partially responsible for his lack of playing time down the stretch?

  • Anonymous

    Brian, was this at all bothering him during regular season play?

    Nonetheless, this will be a set back in his development.

  • Anonymous

    Any idea how long he’s had that injury?

  • lbcbruin

    I hope he recovers well. I also hope this doesn’t hurt his off season conditioning. Get Well Big Guy!

  • BruinGuy

    For athletes you can have a sprained ankle or brain surgery and the recovery time is always stated as four to six weeks.

  • PeterUCLA

    I don’t think this will significantly hamper his off-season conditioning.

    He has until October and the physical therapy involved in coming back from this type of injury might just give him the routine and focus he needs to apply himself properly.

  • Omar

    As part of “UCLA Night” Ben Howland is going to throw out the first pitch tonight in the Dodgers v. Giants match-up.

  • BruinChick

    D’oh! I was late to the game cuz of work! Did I really miss that?!

  • Anonymous

    BruinChick, haha yea we missed it too. Got to our seats at the bottom of the 1st. We didn’t even know that Coach had thrown out the first pitch til half way through the game haha.