Durant why you so good.
Durant why you so good.
"See how stupid those fans sound complaining about the officials. That is one reason why I hate when Pacers fans complain about the refs - does not come across well at all, no matter the merit. "
Why isn't anyone discussing the fact that Wade might have a condition called "drop foot." Am I the only one who knows how serious that condition can be? Seriously. Go do some research.
Dude is falling apart.
It's still a nerve issue that has caused complete numbness in his foot to the degree where he can't even walk on it, or lift the heel. Nerve issues are very sensitive. My understand is that they can be caused by hip, or lower back issues. Which might develop from favoring knees, and can be a result of rehabs for knee issues. There are very little instances in which a nerve problem which causes complete loss of function of your foot can be a very, very quick fix. Or an intermittent issue. I'd have a small amount of concern for the guy.
I heard on the radio that this will be the first time since 1996 that there won't be a Laker in the all star game. That was the year before they got Shaq and Kobe.
He might be able to take oral corticosteroids. Neuromuscular electrical stimulation could be used, yes. Direct not necessary if the nerve is really functioning.
Both procedures could be done in the short term, and might work if the issue isn't a major problem. However, he's probably screwed in the short term. It isn't usual for drop foot to just happen. And, nerves don't generally bounce back quickly once the muscle performance is involved. In some cases, simple sitting CAN lead to creep-type stresses on annular ligament and potentially lead to non-painful root issues. Which, as we all know, D Wade has been sitting for quite some time this year. Maybe he's doing more harm than good for himself by sitting out all those games.
Hopefully he sits. Roy starts. And Lance is able to book a flight to the All Star game. Wishful thinking, I know. But one can dream.
“Just because you're offended, doesn't mean you're right.” ― Ricky Gervais.
What if someone from a school of business or management school were to ask, How did you do this? How did you get the Pacers turned around? Is there a general approach you've taken that can be summarized?
Larry Bird: Yeah, patience.
Interesting to say the least but shouldn't they have opted for someone a tad more respectable like Ernie Johnson even Kenny Smith would've been more polished.
During TNT’s pregame coverage of the NBA All-Star Game Sunday, they will broadcast an interview with Charles Barkley and President Barack Obama. So Barkley naturally asked about LeBron and Jordan. Naturally. Here is the baller-in-chief’s answer, courtesy TNT.
“You know LeBron. I know LeBron. When you are standing next to him, and then you watch him close up, I’ve never seen somebody that size, that fast, who can jump that high, who is that strong, who has that much basketball savvy all in one package.
“So we don’t yet know where he is going to be. Now, I’m a Chicago guy and Mike will always be the guy, for me, just because that was a magical moment for the city. And he was a champion. Mike is now retired. LeBron, when you look at him, you think he might be able to play at a high level for another seven, eight, 10 years. He’s 29 years old. In terms of every aspect of the game, LeBron has a chance to be as good as anybody.”
Dropfoot. That sounds like some kind of ******** excuse for his traveling.
I'm already sick of Kevin Hart
PG is the best player on the best team. That player is always (and should be) in the conversation for MVP.
He's had a tough couple of weeks, but Pacers Digest has been way too harsh.
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