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Ben Simmons’ Fiancé Maya Jama Gives An Update On His Post Back Surgery

Ben Simmons’ fiancé Maya Jama has given an update on his post-back surgery and according to her, everything went well as expected. Maya Jama shared a video and thanked everyone who wished Ben Simmons well.

She wrote;

“Surgery went well thank you for the well wishes” with love and prayer emojis.

Side Action has more;

Ben Simmons is back.

The Nets have announced that Ben Simmons underwent “successful” surgery on his back Thursday morning in Los Angeles. The team also announced that Simmons is expected to to “make a full recovery prior to the start of next season’s training camp.”

Brooklyn Nets guard/forward Ben Simmons underwent successful microdiscectomy surgery today at Cedars-Sinai Marina Del Rey Hospital in Los Angeles. The procedure was performed by Dr. Robert Watkins IV. Following an initial recovery period of approximately three weeks, Simmons will begin a rehabilitation program. He is expected to make a full recovery prior to the start of next season’s training camp.

Ben also took to Instagram to give an update. Ben’s fiancé Maya Jama also gave a look in at Ben, and he’s all smiles.

Simmons told the Sixers he has also dealt with a mental block.

The question begs do you believe there is something wrong with him mentally. A back issue is really easy to fake. It isn’t like an ankle sprain. You can just wake up one day and say your back is hurt, and there is no real way to prove that it doesn’t hurt.

It is an easy excuse for Ben Simmons to use whenever he doesn’t want to play. I think most people would agree if the Nets had won Game 3, Simmons would have been on the floor for Game 4. When the Nets lost that game, and the prospect of Simmons becoming a meme again if they got swept (which eventually is what happened) made him realize he wanted no parts of a Game 4.

Once again, does he genuinely have a mental and physical issue, or does he just not want to play but still get paid like an NBA player.

Flip to the next page to watch the video of Ben Simmons’ post-back surgery update and some Maya thirst traps.

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