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Luke Kennard (knee) back on track if NBA season resumes

by Brad Camara | Clippers Correspondent | Mon, May 4th 10:14pm EDT

Luke Kennard (knee) has been sidelined since December 21st due to a patellar tendinitis in both knees. He would have likely returned in mid-March if the NBA season wasn't suspended. (Pistons.com)

Fantasy Impact:

Kennard missed nearly three months due to patellar tendinitis in both knees. “We’re starting to figure out what I can do to prevent it from happening again,” Kennard said. “There’s some strengthening stuff around my legs I need to work on, some mechanical stuff, mobility stuff. It’s something I’ve got to be doing every day now, something I can prevent from happening again, which is a positive sign. Next season I want to go 100 percent. I’m encouraged to say it’s a very good possibility that I’m able to do that," Kennard said. He will become a free agent after the 2020-2021 season as his rookie deal is set to expire. Kennard averaged 15.8 points, 3.5 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 2.6 triples across 15 games this year.

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