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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by cyclone4L, Mar 18, 2020.
On whose part?
Shayok didn't become a stud at Virginia so give it a rest.
I appreciate the difference between the MRI and X-ray; but it isn’t a great look. I still think the Bolton situation is by far the most egregious.
The adults in the room.
I'm just wondering why no MRI here at some point. How long after the x-ray did you get yours? I hope Caleb ends up fine after this, and I don't know what the sop would be for continued pain. My wife's fractured wrist was obvious as well.
For my finger joint surgery I needed to decide relatively quickly to avoid calcification causing difficulty, so it's fortunate caieb doesn't need surgery due to that also I'd think.
Somebody correct me if I'm mistaken. (LOL like you wouldn't)
1. Player bangs up his wrist.
2. Wrist Xrayed.
( if negative)
3. Medical staff evaluates
( if still in discomfort order MRI)
Just saying if the xray is negative the MRI is an automatic if the player is still in pain even if the pain could be attributed to ligament strain. Therefore if he played through pain and no MRI was done I'm wondering how forthcoming the player was about the extent of pain he was in.
That wasn't me taking a shot at Prohm at all. Caleb could have very well ended up being a stud here too. I'm just saying it would be our Cyclone luck for that to happen... that's all.
I never got an MRI for either injury. It wasn’t necessary and would’ve been expensive/overkill - they could afford to treat my more minor one conservatively (in a cast for 2-3 weeks even before it showed up on x-ray - but I wasn’t a D1 athlete wanting to play), then by the time it did show up, just cast it for another few weeks until it fully healed.
Why so vague?
Because I’m not privy to the conversation that was had, or wasn’t had, between coaches and training staff.
Sounds like lena is pissed about ISU not doing an MRI from the tweet.
How are you disagreeing with this @CloneFan4 ? Is it the training staffs fault both tyrese and grill fell hard on their wrists and injuring them? Is it their fault Rasir suffered a concussion? Lol
Not quite sure why our training staff didn't do an MRI. I'm sure Caleb was still complaining of pain in the wrist after the x-ray was negative. Why not take a closer look?
I don't think she was at all.
Maybe he wasn't complaining?
Really? That is quite the admission for someone who leveled this:
.......considering all the injuries you stated from Hali to Grill to Nixon to Lewis, for you to single that incident.....by the players name..... would make one think you were privy to the goings on between staff and training staff.
It’s straight up on the training staff. Are you satisfied now. Or are you if the opinion that Halliburton looked good to go in the 2H against KSU. The 11K in attendance during Bolton’s injury could tell you he appeared concussed. He had concussion symptoms the next day but not at the time. Got it.
Yet you want to throw shade at them, interesting look.