“I don’t think it’s a surprise,” Coach Mike D’Antoni said (via ESPN). “I think he had it programmed, and just the way it was, he knew he had time because he’s not getting on the court yet. So I don’t think it’s a big deal, and I don’t think it caught him by surprise. Instead of doing it in August, he’s doing it now.
“There’s no concern whatsoever.”
PRP involves taking blood from a patient, spinning it in a centrifuge to separate platelet-rich plasma and injecting it into the targeted site. Platelets stimulate growth and blood flow to the area of injury or discomfort.