The article discusses the dangers and implications of meniscus injuries in sports, particularly in basketball. Joel Embiid, Lonzo Ball, and Robert Williams are used as examples to highlight how such injuries can have long-lasting effects on a player’s career. The article emphasizes that while injuries like torn ACLs and ruptured Achilles often draw more attention, meniscus injuries can be just as serious and unpredictable. The writer argues that players should be cautious when returning from meniscus injuries, as rushing back to the court could have lasting negative impacts on both the player and the team. The article concludes with the suggestion that perhaps it would be best for players like Embiid to sit out the rest of the season in order to fully recover.