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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZHawk1123 View Post
    Clueless... He was playing very solid basketball as of late and getting a ton of minutes... This is a huge loss for the Celtics as he was the most effective rebounder on the team.

    He was +50 in the last 17 games while the team was -18 and was leading the Celtics in +/- at the time of this injury.

    Praying for a strong recovery.
    Quote Originally Posted by NYMetros View Post
    The ****?

    He was always falling, tripping, fumbling the basketball, just all around CLUMSY.

  2. #32
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    back problems at 20 years old is horrible
    If you have nothing nice to say, don't say anything at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rowbtrice View Post
    he was always falling, tripping, fumbling the basketball, just all around clumsy.
    wtf?

    I didn't leave my bed, because I was like, 'Man, if I walk outside somebody might just try to hit me with their car or say anything negative to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoMeFavors View Post
    back problems at 20 years old is horrible
    The next Tmac. Lets see if he can get to Waco texas to get some help.

    I didn't leave my bed, because I was like, 'Man, if I walk outside somebody might just try to hit me with their car or say anything negative to me

    -Beta B KD

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNumber37 View Post
    teams passed on him cause of his legs? not back, right.
    Teams will still want him in a bigger deal, still Celtic should keep him.
    No, teams passed on him because of his back. Likely because it was known that he would need surgery at some point.

    I don't consider his back issues to be career threatening but it definately going to be something that will be closely monitored by whatever team has him under contract.
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    #PistonsPlayoffPushALIVE

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    Sullinger out the rest of the season

    To those saying hes clumsy and isn't a big loss are dumb. He's not overly athletic but that doesn't make him clumsy? He doesn't have a crazy vertical but actually has great footwork and is very good at getting position. He isn't a big loss in the sense of stats but as a big man off the bench ( and hes actually been starting some lately) has been very efficient. Huge loss for a team who already very thin up front.

    Praying for a speedy recovery, not just a good baller but seems to be a smart young kid who has done nothing but be a professional all season.

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    news keeps on getting worse for them, wonder if they will now do a roster haul

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    Where's that "knick fan" who was sending flowers to Rondo? Send flowers to this guy too.

    Get well, Sullinger. Stay classy.
    The Knicks are back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye15 View Post
    bummer. Its hard for me to find sympathy for any teams injuries this year as a Wolves fan however.
    lol I love that you preface every comment you make in threads like this in every thread with an out for the season player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNumber37 View Post
    teams passed on him cause of his legs? not back, right.
    Teams will still want him in a bigger deal, still Celtic should keep him.
    nope back

  12. #42
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    Production wise it won't be a huge loss.

    Chris Wilcox is finally healthy.

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    Wonder if they call up Fab Melo now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicagocubsfan View Post
    Wonder if they call up Fab Melo now.
    Already did...but he wont be used in meaningful minutes.

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    Guy has a glass back, should of never been drafted in the first round

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