"It's not anything that is going to keep me out of games, but it's going to bother me," he said. "I played through it last year. I didn't realize how bad it was."
The silver lining is that Ron Artest and the return of Yao Ming was going to limit his potential anyway, and he'll certainly be forced to carry the load a lot less than before. Not a good sign if you were counting on T-Mac for major production this year, though.
He may be a candidate for 20-5-5, but he might also only play 36 games. Keep it real and let someone else own this "Walking Headache".