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UPDATE–@daduf I hope you have found some relief or solution to this pesky issue and if you have please message me. It has been over a year and half since my bone bruise incident/knee pain issue and still after one session of playing basketball my knee is in pain. I can squat and do leg lifts with basically no pain. The only lift that gives me any sort of pain is the clean and jerk and that is menial compared to a night of basketball. So there is something that happens or i am not doing correctly when I start cutting and jumping off of my left leg and sprinting that wrecks the area of my left tibial tuberosity and makes any type of running and jumping sport torture. I desire no surgical intervention but I have tried mob programming for upstream and downstream of the knee but still to no avail. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.