Williams Expects Gordon to Be Recovered from Knee Problems After Summer

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Williams Expects Gordon to Be Recovered from Knee Problems After Summer
Derick Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

New Orleans Hornets Coach Monty Williams said he expects shooting guard Eric Gordon won't be completely healed from his knee problems until after a full summer of rest, despite playing 34 games this season. Gordon missed the first 29 games because of a bone bruise and patella disorder in his right knee. During the 2011-12 season, his first with the Hornets, Gordon missed all but nine games after requiring arthroscopic surgery on the same knee.

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