In an unforeseen turn of events, Rose had successful surgery today. The swelling had gone down to the point where surgery now was the best route to a full recovery. They used an experimental procedure and are hopeful a full recovery will be much sooner than the typical 6-10 month window. Within hours Rose was recharged and ready to start his rehab. He released a statement on his website that read "The surgery went well because I know God was with me. I wish I could be back to help my team tonight but they are more than capable. But rest-assured, I'll be back!" He also posted a photo of his post-op. I'm glad to see he's doing well.
The only difference in their injuries is their names.
Come on you guys, I hope you all are smarter than that and aren't dumb like the heat fans.
My Bull Brothers, there's no need to bicker. We are all still a little peeved about the injury. No need to turn on each other, let's just end the dispute and hope everything goes perfect with rose ok?
go bears go bulls go cubsray: go blackhawks(new fan) go spurs
ninja rap haha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vx7dt0Wscpc
Just because they are all acl injuries doesn't mean they are the exact same injuries, you do realize there are degrees of tears and the swelling could be different in roses knee compared to Shumperts... Why are Americans so stupid lol?!?!?!??
Put me in at UT coach, I'm ready to play
Shumpert may have had minimal swelling so he could get the sugery sooner.
Guys obviously if you google it and it says acl injury then it's obviously the same. There's no difference in the degree of tear, damage to surrounding ligaments, etc. they're all the same!