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Portland Trail Blazers forward Justise Winslow underwent a successful procedure to address joint stability in his left ankle. Per reports, he will be out for the remainder of the season and be ready for 2023-24.

Winslow sustained the left ankle injury last Dec. 21 against the Oklahoma City Thunder. After a lengthy absence, he took a second opinion from doctors following the All-Star break and went on to take a bone marrow aspirate concentrate procedure.

The 27-year-old wing tallied 6.8 points in 29 games this year. He also grabbed 5.0 rebounds and 3.4 assists while shooting 40.9 percent from the field.

Portland already waved its white flag for any potential playoff spot chase upon the shutdown of Damian Lillard last Tuesday.