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Re: Brad Stevens Says Hayward Has Dislocated Ankle, Fractured Tibia
« Reply #30 on: October 18, 2017, 01:59:33 PM »

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Looks like his MRI will be Wednesday, according to his agent.  Is that today, or next Wednesday?

"As of Wednesday morning, reports indicated that Hayward was still being evaluated at the hospital and had not undergone surgery, although that is an inevitability. A treatment path would be plotted after Hayward undergoes an MRI and CT on Wednesday, Haywardís agent, Mark Bartelstein, told ESPNís Adrian Wojnarowski."

https://www.boston.com/sports/boston-celtics/2017/10/18/what-we-know-about-gordon-haywards-injury

Re: Brad Stevens Says Hayward Has Dislocated Ankle, Fractured Tibia
« Reply #31 on: October 18, 2017, 02:01:48 PM »

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Looks like his MRI will be Wednesday, according to his agent.  Is that today, or next Wednesday?

"As of Wednesday morning, reports indicated that Hayward was still being evaluated at the hospital and had not undergone surgery, although that is an inevitability. A treatment path would be plotted after Hayward undergoes an MRI and CT on Wednesday, Haywardís agent, Mark Bartelstein, told ESPNís Adrian Wojnarowski."

https://www.boston.com/sports/boston-celtics/2017/10/18/what-we-know-about-gordon-haywards-injury

I would assume it would be today given how serious of an injury, I think Hayward and the team wants to know sooner rather than later, i mean it's just results of the injury...I don't think that would take a week...

i think if we had to wait a week just to know the return timeline or the extend of the injury and surgery would kill all of us

Re: Brad Stevens Says Hayward Has Dislocated Ankle, Fractured Tibia
« Reply #32 on: October 18, 2017, 02:01:55 PM »

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Looks like his MRI will be Wednesday, according to his agent.  Is that today, or next Wednesday?

"As of Wednesday morning, reports indicated that Hayward was still being evaluated at the hospital and had not undergone surgery, although that is an inevitability. A treatment path would be plotted after Hayward undergoes an MRI and CT on Wednesday, Haywardís agent, Mark Bartelstein, told ESPNís Adrian Wojnarowski."

https://www.boston.com/sports/boston-celtics/2017/10/18/what-we-know-about-gordon-haywards-injury
Definitely today.

Re: Brad Stevens Says Hayward Has Dislocated Ankle, Fractured Tibia
« Reply #33 on: October 18, 2017, 02:02:22 PM »

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So the MRI will show if there was ligament damage? Or did somebody say there wasnít ligament damage? I canít see how there isnít his foot was literally dangling to the side
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Re: Brad Stevens Says Hayward Has Dislocated Ankle, Fractured Tibia
« Reply #34 on: October 18, 2017, 02:08:09 PM »

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So the MRI will show if there was ligament damage? Or did somebody say there wasnít ligament damage? I canít see how there isnít his foot was literally dangling to the side
His foot wasn't "dangling". It was dislocated. It was set back in place. BIG difference.

Re: Brad Stevens Says Hayward Has Dislocated Ankle, Fractured Tibia
« Reply #35 on: October 18, 2017, 02:16:03 PM »

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So the MRI will show if there was ligament damage? Or did somebody say there wasnít ligament damage? I canít see how there isnít his foot was literally dangling to the side
His foot wasn't "dangling". It was dislocated. It was set back in place. BIG difference.
Yea Iím no doctor just the way it looked, if no other damage beyond the bone breaks wonder what the recovery timeine is looking like
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« Reply #36 on: October 18, 2017, 02:18:44 PM »

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So the MRI will show if there was ligament damage? Or did somebody say there wasnít ligament damage? I canít see how there isnít his foot was literally dangling to the side
His foot wasn't "dangling". It was dislocated. It was set back in place. BIG difference.
Yea Iím no doctor just the way it looked, if no other damage beyond the bone breaks wonder what the recovery timeine is looking like
6 months, from what I gather.
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Re: Brad Stevens Says Hayward Has Dislocated Ankle, Fractured Tibia
« Reply #37 on: October 18, 2017, 02:33:36 PM »

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So the MRI will show if there was ligament damage? Or did somebody say there wasnít ligament damage? I canít see how there isnít his foot was literally dangling to the side
His foot wasn't "dangling". It was dislocated. It was set back in place. BIG difference.
Yea Iím no doctor just the way it looked, if no other damage beyond the bone breaks wonder what the recovery timeine is looking like
6 months, from what I gather.

Unless there's an orthopaedic surgeon on this board, I don't think any of us know how long it will take for his recovery. Could be 6 months. He also might never recover.

In fact, unless the Dr. personally evaluated Hayward's ankle, I'm not sure that he/she would be able to accurately predict a recovery time.

So, I guess we can say that it should take Hayward in between 6 months and forever to recover.

Re: Brad Stevens Says Hayward Has Dislocated Ankle, Fractured Tibia
« Reply #38 on: October 18, 2017, 02:55:53 PM »

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The "optimism" leaking out IS warranted; Hayward's fracture was clean (confirmed by Mike Gorman, who likely has connections with the Celtics medical staff). The worst case scenarios you guys are worried about "out for the season" are for fractures that have ligament or blood vessel damage from what I have heard.
I find it hard to believe that a severely dislocated joint has caused no damage to the surrounding ligaments/blood vessels. We'll wait and see I guess.

Me too. It's hard to image that nothing else got twisted or stretched beyond its intended capacity.
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Re: Brad Stevens Says Hayward Has Dislocated Ankle, Fractured Tibia
« Reply #39 on: October 18, 2017, 03:13:23 PM »

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if i incured that damage at my age .  It would take,three years,to,just walk normal again. ...if ever.   If he can be on the court getting back in shape around 6 months that would be amazing in my mind.  Just keep n my fingers crossed.

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« Reply #40 on: October 18, 2017, 03:26:29 PM »

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So the MRI will show if there was ligament damage? Or did somebody say there wasnít ligament damage? I canít see how there isnít his foot was literally dangling to the side
His foot wasn't "dangling". It was dislocated. It was set back in place. BIG difference.
Yea Iím no doctor just the way it looked, if no other damage beyond the bone breaks wonder what the recovery timeine is looking like
6 months, from what I gather.

Unless there's an orthopaedic surgeon on this board, I don't think any of us know how long it will take for his recovery. Could be 6 months. He also might never recover.

In fact, unless the Dr. personally evaluated Hayward's ankle, I'm not sure that he/she would be able to accurately predict a recovery time.

So, I guess we can say that it should take Hayward in between 6 months and forever to recover.

Lets just accept that he will be back sometime by January 2019 full recovery and fit to play. Anything before that is great news and something to truly admire
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Re: Brad Stevens Says Hayward Has Dislocated Ankle, Fractured Tibia
« Reply #41 on: October 18, 2017, 03:31:14 PM »

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The "optimism" leaking out IS warranted; Hayward's fracture was clean (confirmed by Mike Gorman, who likely has connections with the Celtics medical staff). The worst case scenarios you guys are worried about "out for the season" are for fractures that have ligament or blood vessel damage from what I have heard.
I find it hard to believe that a severely dislocated joint has caused no damage to the surrounding ligaments/blood vessels. We'll wait and see I guess.

Me too. It's hard to image that nothing else got twisted or stretched beyond its intended capacity.
The fact that they flew him home to Boston first makes me feel a little less worried about blood vessels.

Re: Brad Stevens Says Hayward Has Dislocated Ankle, Fractured Tibia
« Reply #42 on: October 18, 2017, 03:35:51 PM »

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So the MRI will show if there was ligament damage? Or did somebody say there wasnít ligament damage? I canít see how there isnít his foot was literally dangling to the side
If you break your shin in half, the lower half will just dangle, but there are no ligaments anywhere near there.

If the bones where broken off, the foot being moved around would not pull on ligaments, so I don't see why you would assume that.

I don't know squat about this stuff, but people get should dislocations all the time without needing ligament surgery. It looks horrible, but the result isn't as catastrophic as it seems. Sure, sometimes injures are as catastrophic as they seem, like with Shawn Livingston who was out of the game for years. Hopefully there will be some news about the MRI later.

Re: Brad Stevens Says Hayward Has Dislocated Ankle, Fractured Tibia
« Reply #43 on: October 18, 2017, 04:36:18 PM »

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Re: Brad Stevens Says Hayward Has Dislocated Ankle, Fractured Tibia
« Reply #44 on: October 18, 2017, 04:41:31 PM »

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so travelled from Cleveland to Boston, now possibly again lol? Fun to travel around with a broken leg eh? ..
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