Everything you need to know about the health update of the Detroit Pistons point guard, Cade Cunningham.
According to the announcement made by the Detroit Pistons, guard Cade Cunningham had a successful surgery but will be out for the duration of the season. It is anticipated that Cunningham will make a full recovery and will be rejoining the squad in time for a training camp prior to the 2023-24 season.
Since November 9, Cunningham has not participated in any games. For the past thirty days, he has been giving his shin the opportunity to heal itself with a combination of bed rest and physical therapy in order to forestall the necessity for surgical intervention.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, all parties concerned determined that the season-ending treatment would be the best choice for the long term after consulting with several medical professionals and representatives from the organization.
Cunningham was selected first overall in the 2021 NBA Draft, but his professional career has gotten off to a difficult start thus far. An ankle ailment forced him to lose time at the beginning of his rookie season, and he has still only played 76 games over the course of his career, which is less than a complete regular season’s worth.
Cunningham will not be able to participate in a crucial season of growth with the other young players on the Pistons due to this injury, which is maybe the most devastating aspect of the situation. By the time he enters his third season, he will have had very little experience playing with players such as Jaden Ivey, Saddiq Bey, Isaiah Stewart, and Killian Hayes.
This Pistons squad has the potential to be pretty entertaining, so let’s keep our fingers crossed that Cade Cunningham will be able to make a speedy recovery from his injury.
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