- - Diaw Has Back Surgery
|MichaelWi101 ||04-12-13 01:39 PM |
Diaw Has Back Surgery
Reserve forward Boris Diaw had surgery on Thursday to remove a synovial cyst from his lumbar spine, the Spurs announced Friday
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|Spurd_On ||04-12-13 01:48 PM |
If he has spinal degeneration, why would he ever come back?
|Uwe Blab ||04-12-13 02:20 PM |
Well, the Spurs don't really need him for the first round, so I guess that's ok. I can see Blair getting some time against the Warriors or Rockets. If it's the Lakers, that's not good.
|MichaelWi101 ||04-12-13 02:55 PM |
|Eddy from Austin ||04-12-13 03:21 PM |
Can Boris pull a Meta World Peace and comeback from surgery in 10 days?
You think Pop would be ok w/ that?
|clovisnmspurfan ||04-12-13 03:26 PM |
|tabspur ||04-12-13 07:03 PM |
Bonner time? Then at least I save money on play off tickets. That dog won't hunt...
|Spurd_On ||04-12-13 10:33 PM |
....and shows up at the game. Amazing surgical techniques these days.
|esparzar1 ||04-12-13 10:44 PM |
Luckily removing a cyst is a very non evasive and simple procedure. Shouldn't be out too long. I heard on the tv tonight that he would be ready for the second round.
|WILLTHETHRILL ||04-13-13 12:04 AM |
Originally Posted by MichaelWi101
|MichaelWi101 ||04-13-13 09:23 AM |
The killer B's will save the day
Hmm wow - surgery - hope he recoups soon and can help some
|buttsR4rebounding ||04-14-13 12:11 PM |
The Rockets in the 1st round actually should be a pretty good match up for Bonner. The fact that they play next to zero defense should give him plenty of the wide open looks that he excels at. He typically fades in the playoffs because defense gets tighter with better teams. I don't think that will be the case with the Rockets.
|SleepyAdamII ||04-14-13 12:54 PM |
Aaron Baynes anyone?
|clovisnmspurfan ||04-14-13 02:00 PM |
With Baynes that would be 3Bs
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