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mkaufman1

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Attendance problem solved - we got Queens coming to EBA Nov 26th. Even w/o Freddie Mercury, we should be able to sell out with them.
I wonder if some folks will be confused and think that Queen is performing and not the Queens NC basketball team..
 

TweederGMU

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3rd time!?! "Non-contact related" he tore it.

Don't know how many people can come back from 3 times from this type of injury. Your body is trying to tell you something, wasn't strong enough to begin in the first place if this happened in non-contact type situation.
 

sleeperpick

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3rd time!?! "Non-contact related" he tore it.

Don't know how many people can come back from 3 times from this type of injury. Your body is trying to tell you something, wasn't strong enough to begin in the first place if this happened in non-contact type situation.
Most acl and Achilles tears come from non contact so I’m kind of confused by your comment
 

sleeperpick

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Didn't realize you are the authority on ACL tears.

Non-contact workout situation is what they reported.

Most, not all, happen in non-contact. Two of my friends tore theirs being tackled in football and one taking a slide tackle in Fairfax adult league soccer few years back.
I also said most. I still have no idea what you’re trying to say. Should he just quit playing basketball because all 3 of his acl injuries were non contact rather than Contact? Your friends ACLs snapped while being tackled? That’s really rare and nuts that it happened to two of them!
 

gmubrian

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I also said most. I still have no idea what you’re trying to say. Should he just quit playing basketball because all 3 of his acl injuries were non contact rather than Contact? Your friends ACLs snapped while being tackled? That’s really rare and nuts that it happened to two of them!
The way I interpreted his post: If it were contact related, that is not a reflection of the strength of his body to endure the activity. They weren't freak accidents where someone pushed him in an awkward direction. Since they were non-contact, it was all on his body, and since it has happened 3 times, maybe it is a sign that his ACL just isn't built to handle the stress of playing high level basketball and the work that goes along with that.
 

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