Ben Simmons (partially dislocated left knee cap) will take the next few ways to evaluate his medical options, but he's hoping to avoid season-ending knee surgery.
It's possible Simmons will require arthroscopic surgery to correct the knee issue, and while that's not a super invasive procedure, it would certainly involve a timetable that would keep him out for the remainder of the 2019-20 season. We'll be tracking this closely, but while he's out, Al Horford should return to the starting unit and Shake Milton will be asked to do a lot more on offense. Joel Embiid should also see a nice uptick in usage. Yesterday 4:40 pm (EST)
- Ben Simmons has been diagnosed with a subluxation of his left patella, which he suffered during Wednesday's game.
- An MRI on Ben Simmons' left knee came back negative and he's "expected to be day-to-day," according to Shams Charania.
- Ben Simmons suffered a left knee injury during Wednesday's game and he will not return. All Ben Simmons News
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