Jordan's season is over
"I think it is best at this point to rest the knee and let it heal properly," Jordan said on Wednesday. "I tried to get back and play as soon as possible and, early on, the knee responded well. But after the swelling this morning, I think it's best to give it rest. ... I signed a two year contract to play. Obviously, my health will always determine my playing status, but at this time, my plan is to play next season."
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