Haliburton to Miss Remainder of Season

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  1. Statefan10

    Statefan10 Well-Known Member

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    Yes I watch the games lol. But with Tyrese out now we'll be starting three guards that are under 6'3". That's a tiny lineup. I'm not sure what Prohm is going to do, but I think Jackson needs to start regardless if Nixon "can" play PG.
     
  2. jsb

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    I don't know. But I really do think that Tyrese is someone who would want to stay. I've said all year that it is a bummer for us that he wasn't projected late first/second round because then I think we would come back. But Tyrese isn't stupid, so he has to leave if he's a lottery pick.

    But my point was more just that I think it's OK for fans to be bummed out about him leaving. There's so much "you're a ****** person if you aren't completely happy about the whole deal" and I think if you asked Tyrese he might also be a little bit bummed that he just played his last game as a Cyclone.
     
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  3. jsb

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    Well, of course. Prentice starts for Tyrese. Jackson stays in. Terrance Lewis gets lots of minutes even though no fewer than 30 posters on here will ***** about the number of minutes he does get.
     
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    That sucks.
     
  5. Statefan10

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    And that's why I put that as the most likely lineup.. The one that I'd like to see is one that I believe could help out for next year more than this year.
     
  6. Clonefan32

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    I'm sure there are examples out there, but I can't remember the last projected Top 10 pick who stayed in school. I'm sure there's a few examples but none are coming to mind.

    I think the whole thing is pretty cut and dried. The NBA drafts, in large part, based on potential. Potential is a diminishing asset and you need to go get paid while you can.
     
  7. jsb

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    Let’s go back to the last time Lewis started and played 40 minutes.
     
  8. Statefan10

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    I'm not saying lets play Terrence 40 minutes.. I'm saying I think giving the circumstances he should start at the 3. Bring Nixon in off the bench for him and move Bolton off the one. Bring Griffin in for Solo or Conditt. The second subs should be Grill coming in for Jackson and then Mike coming in for Griffin or whoever stayed between Solo and Conditt.
     
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    Are you mad that Ashley Joens went back in the game after separating her shoulder too?

    Give it up, some people are wired to do whatever they can to help their teams. And then there are people like you who give up at the slightest hint of adversity.
     
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    Max the minutes he can handle. Time to sink or swim.

    He and Lewis are going to see the most competition for PT from the incoming class. Best we/he find out now if he can elevate to a productive level.
     
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    He will sink.
     
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    I'm worried we'll be bad now
     
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  14. Clonefan32

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    Yes, because you know me personally? Of all the stupid **** to say...

    To me, it's up to the team doctors to decide if someone is in a condition to play. With Joens, as I understand it, she wont miss any additional time. It was an injury they could fix and she could play immediately. Haliburton had an injury that will preclude him from playing for the rest of the year. Big difference.

    That's great Hali wanted to go back in and wanted to help his team. It's indicative of the kind of teammate and competitor he is. But with something as straightforward as a broken wrist, he should have been held out. But, of course, hindsight is 20/20.
     
  15. Rabbuk

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    Broken wrists aren't that easy to diagnose without an x-ray.
     
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    Sounds like it was an mri?
     
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  19. Clonefan32

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    Which I understand. I guess my question is why you wouldn't hold him out until you can get an x-ray. Especially since he was already dealing with issues in this wrist.

    Purely an academic question at this point since he didn't sustain any more damage to it, but just something I don't understand. But as I mentioned before, hindsight is 20/20.
     
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  20. CyclonesMoney

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    Does this hurt his draft prospects? Or it’s not something serious like a knee
     

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