Kenyon Martin Doesn’t Need Surgery, Will Return to Nuggets This Season

March 9th, 2010 by Rich Kurtzman Leave a reply »

The Denver Nuggets and their veteran power forward Kenyon Martin found out the fate of the injured stud player.

Martin, the main cog in the Nuggets’ defensive machine, was blessed with amazing athletic abilities while he was cursed with troubled knees.

Kenyon Martin is one of many players to have undergone microfracture knee surgery, which mends torn ligaments by drilling small holes into bone and as the bone grows back, the ligaments grow with it. K-Mart is special because he’s the only professional athlete in history to have the procedure done on both knees.

And while he’s been as healthy as ever the last two years, it seems his left knee has kicked him out of competition once again.

Martin has been battling with knee tendonitis all season long, and further inspection revealed a partially torn patella tendon in his left knee.

K-Mart has already been sidelined from Denver’s last two games and has been holding his breath for the last two days while doctors looked over his MRI ...

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