mcmokken wrote:clyde21 wrote:durka wrote:Are you trying to argue that Durant should have been playing and the injury he had now isn't related to the one that kept him out in the past month?
If you're not then how can you argue against the fact that the warriors completely screwed him by letting him play. Every athlete wants to play in these situations, it's the medical staff that the team pays who are the ones that need to be able to tell them if they are physically able too. The warriors were either incompetent or negligent in this situation.
Genuinely would like to know if you seriously don't think the GSW are at fault here?
my argument is pretty simple: if anyone thought that this would happen, he wouldn't have been out there. and that 'everyone' includes Durant's team and staff.
i know it's a circle jerk where everyone wants to pass blame, but I don't think you, me, or anyone else here has enough info to pass blame around, as much as you'd like to guy.
Pretty sure that nobody thought that this would happen.
What is more relevant is the question of how likely was it that something like this COULD happen based on the circumstances, and whether or not KD himself was made aware of the actual risk before deciding to play.
Would he have risked it if he knew it was even a 5% chance or higher?
There is still too much we don't know, so we can't blame GSW but likewise can't absolve them either.
Looking forward to hearing about what GSW really did and did not know, and more importantly what KD was told regarding his medical condition.
if nobody thought this would happen there won't be multiple analysis telling him not to play. Or he would have suited up for game 4. it 100% happened and we have to assume it was a major risk going into the game.