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Offline bfrombleacher

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Did I hear right? Sully coming back next game?

Edit: heard it in the Comcast stream
« Last Edit: January 30, 2013, 09:57:51 PM by bfrombleacher »

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Who knows back spasms are tricky and impossible to predict.

Offline Snakehead

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Who knows back spasms are tricky and impossible to predict.

We can look at Marshawn Lynch as an example of this.

He was questionable basically every game this season.


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Hopefully sully is alright. I kind of took tonight as them being cautious...I mean when you are up 20points, why bring him back in?

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This is almost as bad as knee-jerk loss post. Grow up

yea, I guess it's pretty dumb to be concerned about back spasms for a player that has a bulging disk, how silly of me..... ::)

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This is almost as bad as knee-jerk loss post. Grow up

yea, I guess it's pretty dumb to be concerned about back spasms for a player that has a bulging disk, how silly of me..... ::)
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This is almost as bad as knee-jerk loss post. Grow up

yea, I guess it's pretty dumb to be concerned about back spasms for a player that has a bulging disk, how silly of me..... ::)

You couldn't wait to post this... You think a player who slid in the draft for back-related issues WASN'T going to eventually experience them post-draft? Have you heard something from the Celtics medical staff we aren't aware of? Relax buddy  ::)

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This is almost as bad as knee-jerk loss post. Grow up

yea, I guess it's pretty dumb to be concerned about back spasms for a player that has a bulging disk, how silly of me..... ::)

You couldn't wait to post this... You think a player who slid in the draft for back-related issues WASN'T going to eventually experience them post-draft? Have you heard something from the Celtics medical staff we aren't aware of? Relax buddy  ::)


you're so spot on, I was waiting for our best rebounder and trade chip to get injured. Awesome!

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This is almost as bad as knee-jerk loss post. Grow up

Why are you getting so defensive? Nothing in the OP should have caused you to get this angry, relax.

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This is almost as bad as knee-jerk loss post. Grow up

Why are you getting so defensive? Nothing in the OP should have caused you to get this angry, relax.

Who's angry ..... ? I prefer objective. Thanks though

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Did I hear right? Sully coming back next game?

Edit: heard it in the Comcast stream

Yes, with the Phoenix medical staff. With our, who knows?
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Did I hear right? Sully coming back next game?

Edit: heard it in the Comcast stream

Yes, with the Phoenix medical staff. With our, who knows?

Arizona medical staff and trainers ARE meant to be the cream of the crop but I refuse to believe that Boston don't have world class people working with their organisations.


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Enough bickering.  This hasn't been CelticsBlog's finest example of a thread.



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Who knows back spasms are tricky and impossible to predict.

I still have nightmares from the orgy of back spasm issues during the original Big Three era.

Has medical treatment improved significantly since then?

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Wilcox showed signs of good play.   I expect Chis play better in whirlwind fast pace game Lee and Bradley play.

Side note Sully seems to picked up weight.   

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