Coby White Has Left Shoulder Surgery
The Tar Heel alum will be re-evaluated in four months.
After finishing the 2020-21 season with a flourish, scoring in double digits in 15 of the Bulls final 16 games, Coby White has suffered a setback. The Bulls announced on Thursday that White “underwent successful surgery on his left shoulder to repair damage from an injury sustained this past weekend while engaged in basketball activities away from the team.”
The specifics of the events surrounding the injury are yet to be divulged.
The team also noted that the second-year NBA player would be re-evaluated in four months. To save you the trouble of counting, four months from June 10 would be October 10.
Keep in mind, the Bulls didn’t say that the Tar Heel alum would return to action in four months, but rather that he would be re-evaluated.
So what does this news mean for White and the Bulls in terms of the 2021-22 season?
Assuming things return to the normal 82-game schedule for the NBA in the upcoming season, the league has preliminarily set the following start-up dates: …
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