Kemba Walker has undergone another knee surgery.

The Charlotte Hornets point guard had successful surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee on Monday. The team announced that Walker would be able to resume all basketball activities by early July and that he'll be ready for the start of next season.

Although there was no indication that Walker had been struggling with a serious knee injury, it may have been the cause for his decline in efficiency in the playoffs. The 6-foot-1 guard converted on just 36.6 percent of his shots and 32.6 percent from beyond the arc in Charlotte's first-round playoff series loss to the Miami Heat.

The 26-year-old had previously undergone surgery in the same knee for a torn lateral meniscus in January of 2015.

Walker is coming off of his best season after averaging a career-high 20.9 points on 42.7 percent from the field and and 37.1 percent from three-point range in 2015-16. He finished second in the league in Most Improved Player of the Year voting.