Now that New Orleans Hornets' Eric Gordon has receivied an extension offer, come the issues of his injured knee. However, Gordan says it is feeling fine.
Gordon has played in only two games for the Hornets because of a bruised right knee. He averaged 21 points in the two games. Gordon said he was evaluated by a team-appointed doctor in New York on Monday, and was told his right knee had no structural damage. The doctor, Gordon said, recommended he return to basketball activities in three weeks.
“The doctor said my knee will be 100 percent sound with rest,” Gordon said.
This should be great news to hear for Hornets fans as their team can use all the help it can get. New Orleans is in the midst of an eight game losing streak and own one of the worst records in the league at 3-14.
However, what does this mean for Jarrett Jack? Jack has played admirably in Gordon's absence and has fully taken advantage of the increased minutes. He is one of only three players in the league who ...