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Re: Kyrie Irving Diagnosed with Minor Facial Fracture After Game
« Reply #75 on: November 13, 2017, 03:51:39 PM »

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Im not super OK with the implication statement that this is a "fake injury"

maybe some people who are doubting this needs to get elbowed in the face by accident. I mean Zeller gave Horfrod a concussion and they are pretty much the same height. Baynes is taller and heavier than Irving so the force Irving received is definitely a lot greater...we are lucky he didn't get a concussion out of it or else he might be out a lot longer

Re: Kyrie Irving Diagnosed with Minor Facial Fracture After Game
« Reply #76 on: November 13, 2017, 04:09:52 PM »

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Im not super OK with the implication statement that this is a "fake injury"

I'm not comfortable assuming that what the media reports is always accurate.  I've also never heard of a player leaving a game at halftime because he/she was bumped in the nose.  Very poor form from a "leader."

Im not super OK with the implication statement that this is a "fake injury"

maybe some people who are doubting this needs to get elbowed in the face by accident. I mean Zeller gave Horfrod a concussion and they are pretty much the same height. Baynes is taller and heavier than Irving so the force Irving received is definitely a lot greater...we are lucky he didn't get a concussion out of it or else he might be out a lot longer

That's a nice comment, but I believe you missed the comment below:

Let's keep on the subject and enough with the personal stuff.
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Re: Kyrie Irving Diagnosed with Minor Facial Fracture After Game
« Reply #77 on: November 13, 2017, 04:16:41 PM »

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There is zero reason for us to fake an injury as we are already short staffed.

Re: Kyrie Irving Diagnosed with Minor Facial Fracture After Game
« Reply #78 on: November 13, 2017, 04:17:49 PM »

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This is a truly beautiful thread.

Re: Kyrie Irving Diagnosed with Minor Facial Fracture After Game
« Reply #79 on: November 13, 2017, 04:22:15 PM »

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Im not super OK with the implication statement that this is a "fake injury"

I'm not comfortable assuming that what the media reports is always accurate.  I've also never heard of a player leaving a game at halftime because he/she was bumped in the nose. Very poor form from a "leader."

Im not super OK with the implication statement that this is a "fake injury"

maybe some people who are doubting this needs to get elbowed in the face by accident. I mean Zeller gave Horfrod a concussion and they are pretty much the same height. Baynes is taller and heavier than Irving so the force Irving received is definitely a lot greater...we are lucky he didn't get a concussion out of it or else he might be out a lot longer

That's a nice comment, but I believe you missed the comment below:

Let's keep on the subject and enough with the personal stuff.
wow

Baynes just "tapped" him, right?

Lol
I trust Danny Ainge

Re: Kyrie Irving Diagnosed with Minor Facial Fracture After Game
« Reply #80 on: November 13, 2017, 04:28:03 PM »

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This is a truly beautiful thread.
Yeah, makes want to elbow some people in the face due to some stupid comments/accusations levied in Kyrie's direction. YES, he IS a leader. If someone has issues with him than it is surely agenda driven. There's just too much to list and a lot of it has already been said. Some should stop posting because it makes them looks VERY silly.

Re: Kyrie Irving Diagnosed with Minor Facial Fracture After Game
« Reply #81 on: November 13, 2017, 04:35:52 PM »

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Im not super OK with the implication statement that this is a "fake injury"

I'm not comfortable assuming that what the media reports is always accurate.  I've also never heard of a player leaving a game at halftime because he/she was bumped in the nose.  Very poor form from a "leader."
So to be clear, your logic behind this is that the media covering the Celtics is fake news?

Kyrie Irving is perfectly fine and is missing games and wearing a mask because the Celtics medical staff, coaches and media have come together to create a wall to hide Irving's fake injury from the public.

Irving will wear the mask because it looks cool.
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Re: Kyrie Irving Diagnosed with Minor Facial Fracture After Game
« Reply #82 on: November 13, 2017, 04:39:07 PM »

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Im not super OK with the implication statement that this is a "fake injury"

I'm not comfortable assuming that what the media reports is always accurate.  I've also never heard of a player leaving a game at halftime because he/she was bumped in the nose. Very poor form from a "leader."

Im not super OK with the implication statement that this is a "fake injury"

maybe some people who are doubting this needs to get elbowed in the face by accident. I mean Zeller gave Horfrod a concussion and they are pretty much the same height. Baynes is taller and heavier than Irving so the force Irving received is definitely a lot greater...we are lucky he didn't get a concussion out of it or else he might be out a lot longer

That's a nice comment, but I believe you missed the comment below:

Let's keep on the subject and enough with the personal stuff.
wow

Baynes just "tapped" him, right?

Lol
One hell of a bump
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Re: Kyrie Irving Diagnosed with Minor Facial Fracture After Game
« Reply #83 on: November 13, 2017, 05:16:48 PM »

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