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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by cyclone4L, Mar 18, 2020.
With a fractured wrist, you don't think he'd be complaining of pain?
Nope. But their job is to provide sound medical diagnosis at the time of the injury. They haven’t exactly been batting 1.000 this year. Halliburton was obvious, Bolton was obvious....Grill there might be a valid excuse. I don’t think any the kids hold a grudge they want to play but that’s why we have doctors.
I never heard he was and usually I would have
Vic is pretty good IMO
My Dad slipped out of the bed of my truck opening day of duck season and fractured his ankle. He hunted and camped on it for 3 more days before going to the Dr. So it's not really out of the realm of possibility he didn't complain.
You’re not helping their narrative about the training staff!
I just don't like caleb's mom. I have no reason to other than what little I know of her Twitter personality. But that's enough for me to base my opinion on. Huge helicopter mom
The wrists can be iffy but Bolton’s concussion seemed obvious to me from the 2nd level. No one examined him or really talked to him. The trainer was on the court to talk to him right away but it was a short convo and most athletes lie about symptoms. That’s why they’ve developed objective measures to test them. None of that was done and should have been. I’ve done sports medicine for a number of years and it wasn’t handled correctly that night.
I mean look at the tape job on his shooting wrist, it's not like they didn't know there was an issue and he was just quiet. Clearly he communicated to them about his wrist given the tape job. That's not to point blame at anybody, but it's really stupid to try to say he just kept quiet.
Pretty sure everyone that's suppose to be in the room were adults.
What was her reaction to the tweets?
To coin one of my favorite lines from a movie..."Assumption is the mother of all f&$%-ups."
Hmmm. I'm pretty darned sure I heard and/or read he was under concussion protocol. But you're saying they hadn't done any of that. May I ask how you know that?
I remember one game that Chris made a joke she responded with the eyeroll emoji
But I don't read too much into that, and I'm sure she knew it was all in fun.
It's CSP's fault for not teaching them not to fall on their heads and/or wrists. Sign of an incompetent coach according to some.
I took that to mean she had a lazy eye. Because it's easy to know exactly what someone means based on 3-4 word tweets.
And no offense to those with lazy eyes.
Hairline crack fracture pain or compound bone sticking out pain?
I'm sure it was the first time CG had done well in a sport and someone had made a grill reference to celebrate his performance.
Bolton's concussion was obvious? Curious where you received your medical training? Is it a concussion every time someone hits their head? Nobody doubts he had his bell rung but in your medical opinion it was a concussion from the start? I think you should contact the training staff to offer your independent diagnosis for all games.
I mean you could hear his head bounce off the floor on t.v.