How many players have ever recovered from an acl tear in under a year an were 100% explosive, fast, and quick.
U can deal with projections all u want.... I dont fond him relevent this season until he is relevent....
By the way, rose is probably my favorite non- sixer in the league.... Im not a hater, just sayin my piece.
Have you ever heard the name Baron Davis? He was every single bit as explosive as he was in college and then some. Jamal Crawford? Al Harrington? All Jefferson? Kyle Lowry?
Tearing an ACL doesn't mean you lose immediate mobility. Its an injury that will hurt you more down the road (into your 30s) rather than immediately. Baron Davis is seen by more than a few as the most explosvie PG ever and he tore his ACL before even stepping foot in the league, as he has aged however we're saw that his knees really weren't reliable to him.
Question. Did you read any expert opinions or assessments of the injury or do you just see ACL as being OH NO its the end of the world?
A lot of this depends on the person, the athelete. Rose has been and will always be a hard worker with a great ethic and a drive to continue to work towards being the best he can be. We have seen good signs from him in that regard already as it relates to his rehabilition. If Rose is your favourite non sixer you should probably take the time to follow up on him and his injury a bit more.
Why do u care? Why are u even trying to project what rose will play like when he gets back. U dont know, i dont know. This is SILLY.
Hes a non factor until he plays.
Isn't this thread title jrue? Golly!
Pay attention. You might learn something.
apparently, it should be "Rose"
Speaking of Jrue...
7 TO's last night.
Is that some sort of record?
Didnt he have like 4 of them in the 1st quarter tho?
He's been turning the ball over a lot early on but other than that he has looked real good. I'm not too concerned with the turnovers, that should fix itself once they start to gel on offense
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^ thats what i mean,
they were just playing really bad a sloppy basketball as a group in the 1st half.... 1st quarter especially.
i thought it was a good sign that he cleaned it up to have great game.
ACL's affect everyone differently, everybody's body is different.
I'm in college running d2 track tore my acl and tore my hamstring 2 years later got to nationals as a sprinter..the 100,200,400hurdles all rely on explosiveness
I just want him to attack the rim more.
But the good news is it's a small sample size in a much expanded role, and his turnover rate is much higher than last year, so there's plenty of reason to expect him to turn it around.