Woj details Lonzo Ball’s latest knee injury | NBA Today

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Adrian Wojnarowski joins Kendrick Perkins and Malika Andrews on NBA Today to discuss Lonzo Ball’s knee injury that will require surgery with a 6-8 week recovery time.

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