The KnicksFix wrote:huh? he knows he forced him back, probably irked the medical staff to ok him back, he dodged a bullet with the first injury, it was just probably a partial tear and not that bad, but they still needed him to rest and not come back that fast
Bob Myers forced him back? How the **** do you know anything about what happened in the background?
Get off this board and go sodomize yourself with your "diploma" from the Caribbean.
It’s funny, the media hypes up this comeback, articles put out there that his injury is creating angst, and yet, from the jump we all knew that first injury was very close to an Achilles. The wise thing to do was to let him rest. I’ve been an advocate of the warriors for the past five years and rooted for them, especially because they built the team the right way, from the ground up. I’ve even championed kd’s decision to come here. But Myers treated him like a second class citizen because he joined up with that crew. Nowhere was it more evident than the championship parade last year when he made that joke about kd not being like Steph.
The point I’m making is, it’s absolutely disgusting that they felt the urge to clear him. If it had been the regular season he would have been out at least another week or two. So yea, the doctors, myers and even Kerr is to blame, for having him out there 12 out of the first 14 minutes. Fans outside of the warriors are looking at bob myers as selfish because ultimately he was the one to clear kd. Sure it was in the finals. But at what cost to the best player in the league? His career won’t be the same because the Achilles is the worst injury you can suffer in basketball. So yea, frustration is high against Myers