Somewhat expected. He's working his way in, we don't expect him on two nights of a back-to-back. Guess they think we're less likely to need him against Philly.
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I'd much rather have him ready to go against Detriot than try to push it on a back to back that starts against the 76ers.
yeah this doesn't bother me and hopefully it doesn't leave anyone else concerned, but it definitely makes sense. If he misses both games then I'd have a reason to be concerned.
So will Ian be back? If not who is bacing up Roy? Scola and West maybe.
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Could we potentially see a Lavoy Allen debut?