Kemba needs to spend 2 months in East Germany with doctors from the Lebron Institute.Yeah, that was the baked in risk with Brogdon, he has a laundry list of injuries. His knees are fine, though. However, at the time it was one of the reasons I preferred Kemba, he didn't miss many games and he looked like a good bet to be healthy until age caught up with him. Unfortunately a knee injury sped up that timeline.
I don't know why people take these things personally. I was thrilled with the signing at the time. I was wrong. Not my fault. Not Kemba's fault. Heck, not even Danny's fault. Walker's track record made it a reasonable bet. We were wrong. It happens.