Jordan hoping shoe insert can help knee
WASHINGTON --Michael Jordan was fitted with a shoe insert this week to deal with discomfort in his knee as he contemplates whether to return for another NBA season.
Washington Wizards coach Doug Collins said Tuesday that Jordan hoped the insert would get his foot in better alignment and "take away some of the pain on outside of the joint'' of his right knee.
Jordan had surgery on the knee in February, cutting short the
first season of his second comeback. He has said he plans ...
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