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  1. #1
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    Siakiam Has Surgery

    Like the title says, he had shoulder surgery and will miss the start of next season.

    "Raptors star Pascal Siakam underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder and expected recovery and rehabilitation time for this procedure is five months." Per Shams

    "Sources: Key dates for the 2021-22 NBA season: Sept. 28: Training camp starts Oct. 19: Regular season starts" per Shams

    Is this why his numbers have taken a hit? Will it impact how the Raptors approach this summer? Discuss!

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    Theres been further updates.

    Per Grange's twitter:

    "The good news on Siakamís shoulder injury/surgery is heíll be able to resume on-court work in July, Iím told. Initial hope was he could rehab the torn labrum in his left (non-shooting) shoulder, but eventually opted for an arthroscopic repair."

    Chances are he wont be missing much time, and apparently hes already had the surgery.

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    The core of the Raptors is FVV-OG-Siakam. Im not sure this changes anything about our offseason. First domino will be to determine what happens with Lowry. The next order of business will be Gary Trent Jr`s contract. Those two things will determine how much caps space we will have in free agency. We have a first round pick and 3 2nd rounders as well. Its going to be an interesting offseason. We still have a hole at the 5 as well and probably will need to add a bench piece. Its a retooling offseason for the Raps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith&wesson View Post
    Theres been further updates.

    Per Grange's twitter:

    "The good news on Siakamís shoulder injury/surgery is heíll be able to resume on-court work in July, Iím told. Initial hope was he could rehab the torn labrum in his left (non-shooting) shoulder, but eventually opted for an arthroscopic repair."

    Chances are he wont be missing much time, and apparently hes already had the surgery.
    That would mean Siakam is unlikely to be ready for the beginning of next season (Oct. 19) unless he's ahead of schedule (~early Nov.). Per Blake Murphy

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    That would mean Siakam is unlikely to be ready for the beginning of next season (Oct. 19) unless he's ahead of schedule (~early Nov.). Per Blake Murphy
    yeah he might miss a couple weeks. Hes set to return at the beginning of November. Coulda been much worse.

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