Jeremy Lin to rebuild body 'from the ground up' in season-long rehab | Inquirer Sports

Jeremy Lin to rebuild body ‘from the ground up’ in season-long rehab

By: - Online Sports Editor / @CFColinaINQ
/ 09:50 PM December 01, 2017

Jeremy Lin has started an intensive rehabilitation program that would help rebuild his body “from the ground up” following a season-ending right knee injury.

In a video posted on his social accounts, the Brooklyn guard gave an update about what is expected to be a season-long rehab at Fortius Sport & Health in Canada.


READ: ‘I’m done, I’m done’: Lin bursts into tears after injuring knee in Nets loss


“The Nets and I have decided on a really comprehensive rehab program that will have me out here most of the season. The goal is to rebuild my body from the ground up, each and every muscle and joint, not just the patella tendon,” said Lin.

Lin had a devastating end to his year after he ruptured the  patella tendon in his right knee in only the Nets’ opening game against Indiana last October 19. He underwent surgery the day after.

READ: Nets’ Lin expected to miss season with right knee injury

This after dealing with a recurring hamstring injury that sidelined him for most of the 2016-2017 season.

Lin said he “can’t wait to get healthy and come back even stronger” next season for the Nets, who are the third worst team in the Eastern Conference as of posting.

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