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Well those are long-term side effects, right? Like arthritis would be pretty much unavoidable, but that might not happen until after your career is over. Or it could take years. I just meant nobody would be able to tell him what's the right move for his basketball career w/o that kind of knowledge.I thought Roy had degenerative knee issues before that? Or was that from lack of meniscus? I mean, Bledsoe last year removed part of his meniscus and the short term results have...
don't think anybody w/o an MD really knows if cutting the meniscus out will improve his chances at full health in the future
yea i didnt think they were a title-caliber team but i think that's a small(er) issue given the huge doubts concerning their former superstar now
sorry bruh. must be a horrendous feeling.
rose tore his R meniscus, gonna have surgery. originally tore his L acl, then his R meniscus. timeline TBD. bulls are done. east is gonna be hawks or cavs, nobody else has a real chance. edit: really, this is honestly terrible news. horrible to almost know for certain that the youngest MVP ever will never get back to his old form. i wasn't a huge rose fan, but he was often super exciting to watch and did incredible things on the court. realistically now, a good case for...
i don't really give the mavs any chance of winning 3 series in a row. spurs and clippers you can't out but i seriously doubt either of them can pull it off. eastern conference is a different deal
i don't think the mavs have a chance of making the finals. i doubt the clippers, rockets (w/o healthy howard), and spurs can either tbh. clippers are too stagnant and have no depth, same w/ houston, and honestly none of the spurs have played up to their level from last year so far, maybe save duncan. they deserve the benefit of the doubt, but if they didn't win the title last year, nobody would be giving them a chance this year given how they've looked. that leaves golden...
i don't know man. i think they might be able to move up, but if they're the 8 seed, there's no way they're a big favorite on the road against gsw. plus durant's health is a giant question mark; that's a much bigger deal than a better bench.
haha extending steph curry was spraying a bullet and hoping it hit? it's a calculated risk. you don't take any, you don't get anywhere.bottom line: there's no way you could find 20 non-rookie contracts you like for above-avg players in the league. if you take out the max guys (of which you say there's
idfnl, it's obvious that there are a bunch of bad contracts out there. that's inevitably what happens if you take a risk. some of them don't work out. but if you don't take any risks, and just let any player who might or might not be worth a max contract or a rich contract go, then you end up giving up all of your young talent away. they're mostly the only ones w/ the ability to improve substantially. you lose steph curry, you lose mike conley, kyle lowry. almost nobody...
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