Found November 27, 2011 on Crossover Chronicles:
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Washington Wizards' free-agent Yi Jianlian is currently living the expression, "If it wasn't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all." Yi has been playing with Guangdong of the Chinese Basketball Association during the lockout and in a recent game against Beijing, suffered an injury to his right knee (via NBA247365.com) and will sit out at least two weeks for the knee to heal. The results show for the medial collateral ligament injury, the initial diagnosis requires at least two weeks of rest. However, the club said Monday [Yi] will also visit Hong Kong for further examination and treatment. This is the last thing Yi needed heading into the new season. An injury to his MCL might cast doubt on Washington or any would-be suitor for Yi's services. However, according to the report, Yi has stated the injury isn't bad as it may seem. …not serious! Within two to four weeks will be able to return to play! Thank you for concern! Two to four weeks huh Yi? ...
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