I had seen the other post discussing the procedure, but i wanted to share a link i had found on the subject.
"A special messenger protein, interleukin‑1 (IL-1), plays a key role in the development of osteoarthritis. It promotes joint inflammation and results in pain in the joint and degeneration of the cartilage."
"The naturally occurring, biological adversary of IL‑1 within the body is another protein, known as interleukin‑1 receptor antagonist (IL‑1RA). IL‑1RA displaces the aggressive IL‑1, thus protecting joints and cartilage from inflammation and relieving pain. The effects of this protective protein are a natural means of treating osteoarthritis."
"We produce this protective protein from the patient’s own blood by a special technique, and inject it into the affected joint."
Hope this helps some people understand what the procedure is.
WE GOT BYNUM!!!
TL;DR They are using his own blood to make his knee last longer.