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LX
Raptorman wrote:
That fall on Pascals leg looked like many others we have seen this season.  But PS just walked it off and kept playing.

Maybe thats a testament to his conditioning or good living.  Or maybe he is just strong as an ox.

Whatever it is, sure glad we have him. 


Yeah i went from feeling a bit sick to being overjoyed at the thought of him being incredibly durable.
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elT
LX wrote:
Yeah i went from feeling a bit sick to being overjoyed at the thought of him being incredibly durable.


I went from wanting  to chop of Plumlee's bird poop haired head and I'm still there, sorry, I'm a bad person.
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Berimbolo
 injuries are just a fluke thing, its not like you can condition your way out of somebody tearing your ACL etc lol


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DocHolliday
Raptorman wrote:
That fall on Pascals leg looked like many others we have seen this season.  But PS just walked it off and kept playing.

Maybe thats a testament to his conditioning or good living.  Or maybe he is just strong as an ox.

Whatever it is, sure glad we have him. 


You know it does, it reminded me of ZaZa; as many times as I replay it I can't stop seeing Plumlee falling forward too much and then excessively rolling across PS's ankle/leg.  

But then, that's my love for the team coming out - everyone's out to get our boys!
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LKeet6
Berimbolo wrote:
 injuries are just a fluke thing, its not like you can condition your way out of somebody tearing your ACL etc lol




i think if you are insanely flexible, strength too, but mostly flexibility, some guys can resist twists better.

But yeah, agree, mostly it comes to luck.

I've had twists where i've been like "how the FUCK did that not completely fuck my ankle/knee up??" And i've had other ones, a good example is a football hitting the end of my toe, and just a little jarring of the ankle, that REALLY hurt and have stopped me being able to finish the game...
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