Wow that last line of his weaknesses "Doesn't produce many blacks and steals"I haven't found out which knee Cam Johnson injured in college but here is a brief synopsis of his injuries in college.
By May 19, 2019 Brendan O'Sullivan NBA Draft, Player Scouting Reports
Quite possibly the most concerning aspect of Johnson’s game is his injury-riddled past. In 2014-2015, he was issued a medical redshirt after suffering a shoulder injury eight games into the season. It wasn’t until 2017-2018 when Johnson was out for another month stretch. He missed 11 games due to a torn meniscus at the start of the season. He concluded that season, and then underwent hip surgery prior to his final season of eligibility.
After spending three seasons at the University of Pittsburgh, Cameron Johnson transferred to the University of North Carolina for his final two seasons of eligibility. In his senior season, the 6-foot-8 wing was named the Tar Heels’ MVP and averaged 16.9 points per game, 5.8 rebounds per game...hoopsprospects.com
That's too bad. I was hoping it was repairable and patient/doctor had opted for surgical repair. Removing part of the meniscus gets him back to us much sooner but he's likely to have problems in the future as a result.Cam Johnson had surgery where meniscus was removed. He could return in 1-2 months.
I was hoping for one of those situations where they knew it was repairable. There is an 85% chance that surgical repair will fix the problem (when it's deemed repairable) and greatly reduces the likelihood of chronic joint problems down the road.It's hard to know what is best. I understand repairs don't always take, leading to further surgery.