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Originally posted on ESPN
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Charlotte Bobcats forward Sean May had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Tuesday and will not be ready to play when training camp begins next month.
May, the former North Carolina star selected 13th overall in the NBA draft, is expected to be ready in time for Charlotte's Nov. 2 season opener.
"We are fortunate that this was a minor injury and caught early," Bobcats coach Bernie Bickerstaff said. "Sean has a great work ethic and we know he will work extremely hard to be back to 100 percent when the regular season begins."
May played for the Bobcats' summer league team and was the most valuable player of the Rocky Mountain Revue league, averaging 16.5 points and 9.2 rebounds over six games.
He had the surgery in Santa Monica, Calif., to remove damaged cartilage in his knee.
"I am committed to doing whatever I have to do to be back on the court as quickly as possible because I am so excited to start my NBA career and to help the Charlotte Bobcats grow," May said. "I feel I am in the best shape of my life and this will not keep me down."
Originally posted by kooshdoctor
may and felton are going to flop. playing against nba centers isn't quite like playing against weak acc big men