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Yao leaves Washington game with injury? (UPDATE: "Tendon straight" in left leg)

Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by Stack24, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. RV6

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    and how do you know he didnt have pain? Was he faking the grimace and the limp :rolleyes:
     
  2. ryano2009

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    OHH, you could tell at 1:08.
     
  3. MightyMog

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    I was the one massaging his large feet!!!! So ya :)
     
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    boooooooooooooooooooooom :grin:
     
  5. DaDakota

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    From Feigen !


    @Jonathan_Feigen
    Jonathan Feigen
    Yao: “There are is a little bit sprained tendons. It looks like somewhere around ankle. Tom. will have scan and a detail check-out


    Maybe Yao was just upset the team lost.....and he didn't do much when he played.

    DD
     
  6. DallasThomas

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    I was reading Feigan's tweets on that and kept seeing the word "torn" instead of that twitterific abbreviation for "tomorrow".

    torn.
    tom.



    DAMN YOU TWITTER!!!!
     
  7. worzel gummidge

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    At least it's better than 2mor?

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  8. durvasa

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    If nothing else, this will probably put a stop to any plans to extend Yao's playing time in the near-term.
     
  9. RV6

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    Probably only until this new injury heals. I can't see them seeing this injury as stress/fatigue related.

    im not sure what you mean by that :confused: That tweet doesnt change anything, although using the word "little" makes it seem minor. I think that's just yao's way of saying it doesnt feel very painful/bad.
     
  10. Uprising

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    ........blah.


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  11. DaDakota

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    If you are talking about the bolded part, then I mean Yao played 6 minutes, and got one rebound...thus the...didn't do much when he played.

    DD
     
  12. MightyMog

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    What does a bone scan have to deal with a tendon injury?
     
  13. DaDakota

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    Did they say that? Or an MRI scan which does the tendons.....probably they should do both just to be sure.

    DD
     
  14. Winrockets

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    Probably to check if there is no damage to the bone because they aren't sure yet.
     
  15. RV6

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    it seemed like you were saying the injury maybe wasnt that bad and so maybe he sat out because he was disappointed/angry
     
  16. MightyMog

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    That's wat Justice wrote.
     
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    fail...
     
  19. Spiegel

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    He cant even stay healthy for 24 minutes a night. Just trade him to some fool and get a pick or a starter while he still has some value.
     
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    He was stretching right in front of my row with keith jones. It was the muscle they were massaging and stretching and yao appeared to be in quiet a bit of pain. his expression throughout his duration on the sideline was somber and tired, the pain was very noticeable when he walked; the wincing was tough to watch.

    we tried to get a word on yao from keith jones during halftime but he just laughed shook his head shrugged and said i don't know.

    good KU contingent tonight for patt patt and chuck. word to john wall
     

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