He can bend his knee without grimacing. He can use it to lunge sideways and to lift small weights. He can count on it now when he walks, which he does without a limp. It has been five months since the fateful layup, and the quiet kid with the thin, tight cornrows says his left knee "feels pretty good … considering what it's been through."
Good to hear, but like I've been saying, I hope they don't rush him back and risk a more severe and a career ending injury, if not one which can potentially lead him to not being able to use his leg.