A bit early to say that, no? From the very little I've seen, there's nothing suggesting that aside from it being a knee it's a similar type of injury.Oh, maybe you meant Simmons. I was assuming Embiid, but now not sure.
No idea what the reality is, but I recall reading somewhere that that's not actually true.The story, as I recall, is that an early biographer of Einstein's failed to note that at some point (between when Einstein was there and when the biographer was researching) the school Einstein had attended switched it's grading system. E.g., if they used a 1-5 scale, they switched from 1 being highest to 5 being highest, or something like that. Could be complete bullshit of course.
I took it as mostly general, but with today at the very least not really reversing the trend. While I see some red on the tickers because some indices are technically "down", so far today looks like pretty much of just a breather. At last glance Dow was technically "up" and Nasdaq/SP both technically "down", but they're all within about 0.1% of yesterday's close, which seems more flat than either green or red.
Well, I guess. Generally speaking, when new management is brought in and the organization starts performing better under their leadership, I think that's usually considered at least some evidence that the new management is doing a better job than the old management (admittedly a low bar in the case of the McCourt --->noMcCourt Dodgers). It could be coincidental, of course, just as with almost any organization. But that's always the case, since as outsiders we have...