Blake Griffin undergoes arthroscopic surgery on knee
Blake Griffin wasted little time taking care of the knee injury that gave him trouble towards the end of the season.
The Detroit Pistons announced that Griffin underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his knee in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Pistons announce that Blake Griffin underwent arthroscopic surgery today on his left knee … pic.twitter.com/RXXS28BaCp
— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) April 25, 2019
Griffin played in 75 games during the regular season and missed time at the end of the season due to his knee injury. He also sat out the first two games of the Pistons’ playoff series with the Milwaukee Bucks, though he did make his presence known when he was out.
The 30-year-old forward, who has a history of knee injuries, was a one-man wrecking crew for the Pistons this season. He averaged a career-high 24.5 points per game and made 36.2 percent of his threes. He missed time due to soreness in both knees this year and had the operation on his left knee.