Dickau Sidelined With Knee Injury
Nov. 21, 2002
ATLANTA, Ga. - Atlanta Hawks rookie guard and former Gonzaga Univeristy All-American Dickau will miss the next four-to-six weeks of action after suffering a minor cartilage tear to his left knee, it was reported Wednesday afternoon by athletic trainer Wally Blase.
After experiencing some pain in the back of his knee following the team's recent West Coast trip, the team's medical staff monitored his progress over the past few days. With Dickau continuing to have some discomfort, he had an MRI Tuesday evening and Wednesday the results revealed the tear. The first-year player had successful arthroscopic surgery performed on his knee by team physician Dr. Michael Bernot, and he will remain on the active list at this time.
In six games this season, Dickau has averaged 1.7 ppg and 0.8 rpg.
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