Ron Baker undergoes season-ending shoulder surgery

The Wichita State Shockers hosted The Evansville Purple Aces at Charles Koch Arena in Wichita, Kan. on February 24, 2015. The Shockers defeated the Purple Aces 62 - 43.

Update Thursday, Feb. 8:

Former Shocker Ron Baker says in a Facebook post to his fans that surgery to repair his injured shoulder was a success.

The New York Knicks guard says he took his first day of recovery to read Bill Snyder's book, "Take it from Me." He mentions the 16 core values in Snyder's book, "defining who we are."

"Given the situation I’m in right now, I look forward to following Coach Snyder’s core values and hope that my next opportunity is soon to come, post rehab," Baker says.


Original story from Feb. 5

Former Wichita State star and current New York Knicks guard Ron Baker will undergo Arthroscopic Shoulder Stabilization surgery and will miss the remainder of the 2017-18 NBA season.

The New York Knicks PR Department tweeted: "Ron Baker is scheduled to undergo Arthroscopic Shoulder Stabilization surgery on his right shoulder this Wednesday, Feb. 7 and will be out for the remainder of the season. The procedure will be performed by Dr. Answorth Allen, with an expected recovery time of 4-6 months."