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Tony Wroten
Tony Wroten
Position: G
Born: 04/13/93
Height: 6-6 / 1.98
Weight:205 lbs. / 93 kg.
Salary: $2,179,354
Tony Wroten is expected to return from a partially torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee at the start of the upcoming regular season. The 76ers point guard had season-ending surgery on Feb. 3. Wroten’s season was derailed when he exited the game against the Atlanta Hawks on Jan. 13. Originally, the Sixers announced that the 6-foot-6, 205-pounder had sprained his right knee for the third time this season. The injury, however, was diagnosed as a partially torn ACL by a specialist later that month in Los Angeles.
via Philadelphia Inquirer
76ers coach Brett Brown said Monday that Tony Wroten’s recovery and rehabilitation are going as planned. The point guard is recovering from knee surgery on Feb. 3 to repair a partially torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. “No great news,” Brown said. “No new news, just on track, doing well, goes back and forth from [his hometown of] Seattle to Philadelphia. We are getting more organized with him. But he’s in great spirits and we look forward to welcoming him back. That will be not for a long time.”
via Philadelphia Inquirer
It seemed to be an innocent question, but for some reason, it seemed to catch the 76ers off guard. When asked for an update on Tony Wroten, who is out with a torn ACL in his right knee and said last week he needed surgery, Brett Brown said, “I’m not sure.” He then looked to public relations director Mike Preston for assistance. Preston said Wroten “was scheduled for a procedure [yesterday].” Pressed for more, Preston said they didn’t know more.
via Philadelphia Inquirer
Tony Wroten decided that having surgery is his best option. The 76ers reserve point guard just doesn’t know who, when and where he’ll have the procedure to repair a partially torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. “I can’t play with a partial tear to the ACL with the way I play, so it’s best to get the surgery,” Wroten said Wednesday before the Sixers played Detroit at the Wells Fargo Center. The third-year veteran said he didn’t know how long hewould be sidelined. He leads the Sixers in scoring at 16.9 points per game. Wroten was noticeably disappointed as told reporters the news.
via Philadelphia Inquirer