Chicago Bulls guard Zach LaVine underwent arthroscopic knee surgery on his left knee on Tuesday in Los Angeles. The team announced the surgery was successful and that LaVine is expected to make a full recovery. LaVine, who will become an unrestricted free agent this summer, managed discomfort in his knee for most of the second half of the season, after he landed awkwardly grabbing a rebound against the Golden State Warriors on Jan. 14. LaVine flew to Los Angeles just before the All-Star break to visit Dr. Neal ElAttrache - who performed LaVine's ACL surgery in 2017 and Tuesday's procedure - and received a platelet-rich plasma therapy, a cortisone shot and had fluid drained from his left knee to continue playing the rest of the season. He missed 13 of the team's final 43 games for maintenance on his knee.
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