Oklahoma City Thunder forward Paul George is expected to miss six to eight weeks of offseason activities after undergoing a successful left knee scope, the Thunder announced Wednesday:
OKC Thunder say Paul George underwent a successful left knee scope today. He's expected to miss 6-8 weeks before returning to normal offseason activities. pic.twitter.com/OofI5f0Pku
— Rob Lopez (@r0bato) May 9, 2018
A knee arthroscopy, or scope, is a procedure in which a small camera, or arthroscope, is inserted into the knee in an attempt to diagnose or treat a problem in the knee.
George was diagnosed with knee soreness in December, but only missed one game.