Blake Griffin, who underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee in January, said he has fully recovered.
“I feel great," Griffin said. "I’ve basically been cleared for a while now, I just have been stuck in my house. So, I’m ready to go whenever things pick back up. I’m just working out and trying to stay ready and stay sane. So it’s nice to be healthy, though.” Whether the Pistons will clear him right away when the season resumes remains unclear, as they are currently 20-46 and just recently turned their focus towards a rebuild. As for Griffin's future with the team, he said that when the time was right he would chat with the franchise about where he fits in its plans. With Christian Wood's best position being the four, you'd think the Pistons will shop Griffin during the offseason. May 12 9:51 am (EST)
- Griffin (knee) is expected to be fully recovered by June, allowing him to go through a normal workout routine over the offseason without worrying about injury rehab, Vincent Ellis of the Detroit Free Press reports.
- The NBA has granted the Pistons a $9.26 million disabled player exception for Griffin, who is projected to miss the rest of the season after undergoing arthroscopic left knee surgery Jan. 7, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
- Griffin underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Tuesday and will be out for "an extended rehabilitation period" Tim Bontemps of ESPN.com reports. All Blake Griffin News
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