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View Poll Results: Who seems to be the most injury prone lately?

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  • Corey Maggette

    2 5.00%
  • Andrew Bynum

    14 35.00%
  • JJ Barea

    0 0%
  • Eric Gordon

    13 32.50%
  • Andrew Bogut

    11 27.50%
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    Who's the most injury prone?

    Which one of these players has been the most frustrating to fans in seeing them get back out on the floor?


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    Curry?
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    Amare!!!!

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    Amare?

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    Amare is up there, but I think Curry is up there.
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    Eric Gordon In my mind. It's worse considering he's hurting my fantasy team 2 years in a row and he has a monster deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxplayerxx23 View Post
    Curry?
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    Amare?
    Curry's been back playing this year and I thought the general consensus in NY was that they are better without Amare! I tried to pick guys who keep having multiple different injuries pop up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 69centers View Post
    Curry's been back playing this year and I thought the general consensus in NY was that they are better without Amare! I tried to pick guys who keep having multiple different injuries pop up.
    I'm split on Amare. I think the consensus among Knick fans is that we just don't want him to come back and screw everything up.


    I voted for Bogut though. He's shown flashes of being, at the very least, one of the top defensive centers in the league and possibly being top 5 overall but just can't stay healthy. Being a number 1 overall pick makes it even worse.

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    Wade, but to answer the poll it's Bynum

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    Greg Oden, he plays about as much as Yao does right now.

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    D wade



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    can't go wrong with Bynum, Bogut, or Gordon here.

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    Wade and Bynum fer sure
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    Brandon Roy has to be up there as well

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    Bogut isn't injury prone. I know some will cite he is out right now, but that is by his own admission, not a doctors. He is not injured again. He wants to rehab it more and he realized he was not where he wanted to be after he could not slam an alley-oop.

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    Most all them minus jj have a bad joint that will never be 100% healthy. Knees and ankles are the worst. I will have to Eric and Bynum is a tie they both never playing.
    Last edited by ldawg; 11-15-2012 at 05:06 PM.

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