TAG: Breaking News
The words the basketball world has been waiting to hear for almost a year now just came down: “Derrick Rose is cleared to play.” So says his doctor, clearing the way for Derrick to officially return to an NBA floor.
BUT, not so fast. There’s still a hurdle in the way of Rose resuming his career, and it’s something that multiple Dime readers have been locked in on for weeks. Read More »
This ACL plague has gone beyond a ridiculous place; it’s become terrifying. It seems like another ballplayer is succumbing to the most dreaded of knee injuries every day and it’s not letting up. We’re not talking middle-aged guys at the Y here, either – it’s getting the best athletes in the world at a frightening clip.
Well that didn’t take long.
It was well-known that Andrew Bynum traveled to Germany earlier in the month to receive the same type of revolutionary treatment that Kobe Bryant and Alex Rodriguez have pioneered in recent years on both of the center’s knees.
After being cleared to play in Sixers camp last week, word just hit that Bynum is now going to be out for three weeks. Read More »
We knew earlier today that Blake Griffin had some sort of knee injury, and if you watched the Team USA broadcast on ESPN last night, they were making it sound like it was really no bog deal (“He woke up this morning with some discomfort…”).
It appear as though things are a little more serious that that though. Read More »
This sucks. At the end of last night’s T-Wolves/Lakers game, Ricky Rubio ran over to trap Kobe Bryant – when he got there, his knee buckled and Ricky went down in a heap [Watch the video after the jump]. [Watch Rubio's best passing highlights here]
After scheduling an MRI for earlier today, Minnesota’s worst fears have become a reality Read More »
The Clippers won the game last night against Orlando in overtime, but they may have suffered a devastating loss in the processs. Chauncey Billups left the game in the fourth quarter with a left Achilles injury and now it’s feared he may be lost for the season.
From the L.A. Times: Read More »