Were they open and honest about the 20-minute limit on Bogut to start the season? Myers said they knew about that since April, so why wasn't it made public until Opening Night?
I'm not calling them liars, but they weren't forthcoming with that fairly significant piece of information.
Well for starters, there's no way that something said in April carries into late October without progress checks. It's not even significant if they did it 2 weeks before even - things can change exceptionally quickly. For them to warn about something that was over 6 months away would have been a bad PR move, and just a useless move overall. Trying to tie it to season tickets or some other reason to try and bash... its a weak excuse.
Personally I dont think doctors really have any idea to correlate how injured = how much playing time. I cant count how many times I told football players to limit their downs, play one side of the ball, etc etc... to have them back the next week after playing every down both ways. To me, any time a medical person puts a time restriction on someone, its to cover their own ass. Got injured? Did you play exactly under the minutes I told you? Well then its your fault. The equivalent of a dentist telling you to floss, or a doctor telling a fat person to eat healthy. It really doesn't bear weight.
But the fact that it was 6 months before-hand and people are trying to make that seem sinister... well, I think thats a weakly veiled agenda argument. Do you guys value what Rush's prognosis is, right this second? Or do details matter way way down the line?