Knee Issues Could Potentially Hinder Future of NBA All-Star Chris Paul

March 1st, 2010 by Richie Zawistowski Leave a reply »


The human knee is quite possibly the most important part of the body in any form of physical athletics. Notice how I said physical, as poker is not a sport, regardless of whether it is on ESPN or not. Football, basketball, and soccer may be the three most demanding sports on the knee.

When you think about it, the elements and function of the knee are quite amazing: four bones operating together within an area of tendons, ligaments and cartilage.

However, think about how many high-profile athletes that have either had their careers shortened by knee injuries, or suffered a severe, or somewhat-severe knee injury and just weren’t the same player since.

Penny Hardaway, Chris Webber, and even Gale Sayers comes to mind.

All three had knee issues in their career, and saw their careers spiral downwards as a direct result.

Recently, in the NBA we’ve seen leading assist-man and best point guard in the league Chris P ...

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