Knick president Donnie Walsh had surgery to remove cancer from his tongue only four days after the NBA Draft in June.
"My doctor says he got it all," Walsh said. "Luckily, it was caught quickly before it could spread. Numerous pre- and post-op scans of his head and neck concurred it had been contained."
Physically, Walsh is almost back to normal.
"It's like I have marbles in my mouth. But you can't really tell there's something missing unless I stick out my tongue."
Glad to hear that he caught the cancer early and removed it.