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» Wed Dec 21, 2011 2:20 am
In the 44 years i walk this earth i have seen many mysteries unfolding before my eyes. Many times those mysteries were related with decisions made by others incomprehensible to me. Last year when Curry sprained his ankle, he went to a specialist. I posted his evaluation here. He was saying that Curry will keep spraining his ankles because of the way he walks, and runs and changes direction. It's all about the way he puts his foot down. One of you as i recall, said that that if this is true the good doctor must shut his mouth. And i ask you this. Why oh why do you commit the future of your club to a player, when the specialist's tell you that he will keep getting injured? Why don't you trade him before anyone else find out and let the fans scream all they want? 2 preseason game's was all that needed to sprain his ankle AGAIN. Multiple problems there. You can't control the way you but your feet to the ground. When an ankle is sprained it is easier to sprain again. The player starts worrying and doesn't play 100% trying to stay healthy. After 3 -4 -5 -6 -7 or whatever injuries he is not as quick anymore even if he wanted to. I thought that the Warriors discussed the Curry issue with the Doctors and there where no cause for concern. Until today. Now i am really worried. Plus the "Curry is not going anywhere" slogan seems like a big mystery to me.
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» Wed Dec 21, 2011 8:48 am
Does anyone know if he ever sprained his ankle in college? Even his rookie year it didn't seem like an issue. If this is still happening after major off-season surgery, it's definitely a cause for concern.

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» Wed Dec 21, 2011 9:03 am
currys not going anywhere because no super star level player wants to come to warriors nor have long term relationship with the warriors. i dont think warriors GM will come to this board and read what we want em to do. at the end of the day, its all up to the GM and the owners to decide.
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» Wed Dec 21, 2011 9:17 am
Well, Paul would have came if we wanted to ship Curry to New Orleans, and we refused. So...we could of have a star player. The, it would be up to front office to prove to Paul that we are gonna build around him, make a plan for new additions, and there would be interested FAs during the next period because of CP3. He would love the city and the fans...but it all takes a risk, and we're not doing it, so in return, we stick to what we think is a safe bet, and and up with Curry getting hurt again, and same ankle non the less.

And CP3's debut was a record watching game as I read somewhere...so, yeah, he is a big star.

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» Wed Dec 21, 2011 9:42 am
it was obviously that chris paul demand only to play for big cities, and big names centers, if NO couldnt keep paul to sign extension, what makes yal think he would stay with us. if he pulled that LBJ **** on us, then we would be fked like cavs. we are totally not there yet for paul. yah he is a star, thats why he doesnt belong to warriors. LA is a bigger city for paul i guess.

i was one of guys wanted paul to warriors until i read that he only wants to play for big cities, then it disgusted me. fk him! monte can play the 1, and klay can play the 2, curry can just let him rest
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» Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:35 am
hobbes wrote:Does anyone know if he ever sprained his ankle in college? Even his rookie year it didn't seem like an issue. If this is still happening after major off-season surgery, it's definitely a cause for concern.

2009, left ankle right here: http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/news/story?id=3909372, that was just a quick search so I'm sure he's had more.

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» Thu Dec 22, 2011 5:51 pm
Curry is a scoring point guard who has range. This is concerning because it didn't look like he put much effort in moving but his ankle sprain so easily. Just imagine if he played def and got cross over how would his ankle hold up?
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» Fri Dec 23, 2011 5:51 pm
A quick reminder.
http://danielkamenetzky.blogspot.com/20 ... lysis.html
Thank god he didn't hurt his ankle much.
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» Fri Dec 23, 2011 9:41 pm
Interesting article.
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» Sat Dec 24, 2011 11:33 pm
Guy has weak ankles to begin with, and the Nike Hyperdunks he wears have terrible ankle support. Not a good combo. He switched to these shoes last year
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» Sun Dec 25, 2011 2:23 am
SO RAIDErs Should get rid of McFadden?

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» Sat Dec 31, 2011 6:38 pm
http://www.ibabuzz.com/warriors/2011/12 ... nike-shoe/

Stephen Curry went to Nike headquarters on Thursday to find a shoe to best support his oft-injured right ankle.

“I dropped an anonymous letter at Nike saying if they do make new Steph Curry shoes, I’m sure they’d be a big hit,” Curry said.

Curry, who previously wore the Nike Hyperdunks, settled on the Nike Zoom Brave V.

Curry said they are lower and wider than what he’s been wearing.

“They’re still analyzing all the data that we collected, and I changed to a different style of Nikes for (Saturday)," Curry said. "Hopefully, that will help and I think we’ve found a fit to avoid those injuries.
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» Thu Jan 05, 2012 3:01 am
I say trade him to Orlando with Lee or whoever they want and get Howard. Do it. Do it now. Do it yesterday.
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» Thu Jan 05, 2012 7:33 am
His value is going down rapidly with this ankle injuries repeating every few days.
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» Mon Jan 09, 2012 6:02 pm
Back in June nobody knew. Now it is to late.
http://www.goldenstateofmind.com/2012/1 ... ?ref=yahoo

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