Ben Simmons underwent successful surgery on Monday morning to remove the loose body from his left knee.
According to Philly reporter Kyle Neubeck, Simmons will begin rehab in Philly immediately and is scheduled for a re-evaluation in two weeks. As far as a timetable, the 76ers listed him as out indefinitely but haven't ruled out a return deep into the postseason. Aug 10 5:10 pm (EST)
- Ben Simmons is set to undergo surgery to remove a loose body in his left knee, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
- 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.
- Ben Simmons has been diagnosed with a subluxation of his left patella, which he suffered during Wednesday's game. All Ben Simmons News
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