OKC Thunder: Chet Holmgren underwent successful season-ending surgery to fix Lisfranc injury

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The Oklahoma City Thunder announced on Tuesday that No. 2 pick Chet Holmgren underwent successful surgery to repair his Lisfranc injury.

The procedure was performed by Dr. David Porter in Indiana.

Holmgren suffered the season-ending injury during a Seattle Pro-Am game.

When asked about a date for surgery, Thunder general manager Sam Presti did no dive into details and said it would happen in the near future. Five days later and Holmgren underwent the knife.

“We don’t have something specific, but it will be in the coming weeks, I would say,” said Presti. “There’s no specific timeline as to when you need to do this. But we’d obviously like to do it earlier once we can get the logistics of that handled.”


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Story originally appeared on Thunder Wire