Eric Gordon to Undergo Knee Rehab in Los Angeles

by November 08, 2012

Eric Gordon’s right knee rehab will now take place in L.A., according to the New Orleans Hornets. There’s still no timetable for Gordon’s return to the court. Per the Times-Picayune: “The Hornets and their medical staff arranged for Gordon to intensify his rehab regimen but his prognosis is still in the four- to six-week range for his return, according to team officials. Gordon missed all of training camp, the Hornets’ eight-game preseason schedule and their first four regular-season games, including Wednesday night against the Philadelphia 76ers, because of a sore right knee. It’s the same knee that forced Gordon to miss all but nine games last season after requiring arthroscopic surgery last February to remove cartilage particles. The news that Gordon, 23, will be sidelined for four to six weeks was determined after he underwent further evaluations last week in Chicago. At the earliest, Gordon is not expected to return until mid-December. Hornets Coach Monty Williams said Monday that Gordon would undergo some stringent rehabilitation work over the next few weeks speed up his recovery time.”