Depends on how he hurts it I suppose. Skies for a dunk, then gets undercut and lands on it (most likely obviously!), then I say it is a fluke injury.
Might have to take into account play style. Guys like Westbrook, Rose who are constantly accelerating and jumping are putting themselves in a situation
It's March 6th and for once in a long time, we are actually in the postseason conversation. Didn't want to talk about another random player being waived,
Injury prone imo is simple. Someone who often misses a bunch of games due to injury.
HOW / WHY the injury occurred means nothing to me.
And what happens if he comes back in the playoffs and hurts a wrist? Where's your line?
I mean, to me, injury prone should be easily defined. Your body is more prone to sustaining an injury than the average guy.
Two guys have
You the man.
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