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Paul George got injured!

Discussion in 'Sports' started by Michael Shoe Maker, Aug 4, 2014.

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  1. Michael Shoe Maker

    Michael Shoe Maker Member

    Jan 31, 2014
    Oh man, this is one very unfortunate disaster to happen to the star player of the Indiana Pacers. His leg broke after he landed awkwardly try to block a shot of James Harden! It reminds me of what happened to Anderson Silva when he got his leg kick blocked by Cris Weidman.

    This should come as a serious blow to the chances of Indiana going back to the conference finals. Well, at least George has already undergone surgery and it was a successful one. But do you think that he could return to the same form as he was in the last season?
  2. Flexin

    Flexin Admin Staff Member Founding Member Top Event

    Apr 25, 2012
    Truck Driver
    Nova Scotia, Canada
    I heard about that. It is a very unfortunate accident. The base of those backboards should bed much farther from the court. I read that he came down on the base of it and that is what caused the break.

    They said he would be off the year when it first happened. Can he come back to his original form? I have no idea. I hope he can. He needs to let it head up well and then get his strength back. Basketball is a tough sport as far as legs go. With all the jumping, changing directions and running it can be tough.

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