Cavaliers' Varejao (knee) still not ready to return
Summary of 10 articles · Updated Jan 10, 2013
Varejao has missed more than 100 games in the past three seasons with significant injuries. Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao had surgery to repair a split leg muscle, an injury that could sideline him two more months. Varejao will have surgery on Thursday at The Cleveland Clinic, and the team said he will be sidelined a minimum of six to eight weeks. The team's doctors originally thought Varejao would only miss a few games, but the injury has lingered and could be something more severe than a bruise. Cleveland's hustling center needs surgery to repair a muscle that split near his right knee, which could cause him to miss two more months a major setback for a young Cavaliers team struggling through another miserable season. A bruised knee. A couple games. A bruised knee. A couple games. A bruised knee. A couple games. They passed on all the high-profile restricted free agency building blocks from Roy Hibbert to Nicolas Batum and somehow came away mostly empty-handed on the front line in a mid-tier market featuring plenty of available free agents , available trade targets , and amnesty castoffs . We're bummed too, Andy.
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