NBA: Report, Derrick Rose Could Return Much Sooner Than Expected?

When it was reported earlier this week that Derrick Rose was going to need another procedure on his right knee we all likely had the same reaction…it’s over for him! Not only just him, but over for the Bulls as far as this season is concerned as well. Rose has shown in the past he at times is not mentally tough, which is even more important when it comes to injuries. The good news in this case is now that a few days have passed, more info has become available and Rose’s injury may not be so bad after all and could lead to him returning during the regular season.


NBA: Derrick Rose Needs More Knee Surgery! Will Likely Miss Rest Of Season

Chicago Bulls fans gotta be feeling like this can’t be life right now. Derrick Rose will need another surgery on his right knee, and although it doesn’t appear to be as serious as previous injuries, he is still likely to miss the rest of the season.


NBA: Trouble In OKC? Kevin Durant Has Another Surgery On His Foot, Will Miss More Time

Kevin Durant is going to miss at least a week of game action, and then will be re-evaluated at that point to see how to move forward. This announcement was made after he had to have minor surgery on the same foot he had surgery on in the off season, which caused him to miss a huge chunk of games this year.


NBA: Report, Paul George To Return From Gruesome Leg Injury In March!

If things go right, we could be seeing a PG-13 movie the rest of the NBA season with the return of Paul George. In case you don’t know, he has changed his number from 24 to 13, to align with him new nickname “PG-13”. Obviously after a catastrophic injury like the one he had, nobody knows for sure how much of his game will return immediately, but in the weak eastern conference, his return could very well propel the Pacers into the playoffs, even if it looks like a long shot now.


NBA: Report, After Seeing Doctor, Kobe Bryant Is DONE For The Season With Torn Rotator Cuff

According to reports, the Los Angeles Lakers are shutting Kobe Bryant down for the rest of the season. Bryant injured his rotator cuff earlier this week against the Pelicans, and the team said they would wait till he was examined by doctors back in LA, before commenting. They meet with team doctors this morning and determined the best idea was to end Bryant’s season. It makes the most sense for the big picture anyway because this season for the Lakers was over in November. This will give his body time to rest for one final push next season, as well as give the Lakers a chance to secure a top five pick in the draft by continuing to play horrible.


(VIDEO) NBA: Kobe Bryant Out With Torn Rotator Cuff Injury

An MRI exam revealed that Los Angeles guard Kobe Bryant has suffered a torn rotator cuff. Bryant will not be playing in Friday’s night game against the Spurs. Further details below!


NFL: Report, Peyton Manning To Miss Pro Bowl Due To Injury

After recent trouble battling a quadriceps injury during the remainder of the season, it has been announced that the Denver Broncos’ QB, Peyton Manning will sit out this year’s Pro Bowl. While Manning has NEVER missed a Pro Bowl due to injuries, he made the announcement himself! Read Manning’s statement below…


(Video) NBA: Six Months After Brutal Injury, Paul George Is Dunking With Ease

It still feels like yesterday watching Paul George break his leg in a very gruesome way during team USA’s exhibition game in Las Vegas. When it happened everyone wondered would he even play again and if he did, would he be the same after the physical and mental pain that comes with a career threatening injury. Here we are however only six months later and I am happy to see Paul looking healthy and getting ready to return. He seems to have his bounce back as he is throwing down dunks with no problem. The Pacers for sure can’t wait to get him back.


NBA: LeBron James Says Being Out With Injury Is the Most Difficult Thing He’s Been Through

For a while many people thought LeBron James was an indestructible superhuman.  Many big stars have been going down with serious injuries and James never really got hurt.  Then this season nagging back and knee injuries kept James off the court for eight games, which felt like an eternity for the struggling Cleveland Cavaliers.  James says being out and dealing with injury is the hardest thing he’s dealt with.


NBA: LeBron James Calls Injury ‘The Most Difficult Thing I’ve Been Through’

As many patiently await to see if King James will be well enough to play in Tuesday’s game against the Phoenix Suns despite nagging knee & back injuries, LeBron, who’s missed EIGHT games already, chimed in on the injury’s effect on his life, calling it “the most difficult thing” he’s ever had to experience!” The Cavs star also carries on, commenting on the team’s demise, claiming they “just dropped a lot of games” once he could no longer play… Read more below


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