2019 Draft, Pick #26 - Dylan Windl3r, Belmont

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Do stress fractures ever completely heal, or is this something that is going to bother him throughout his career?

Can't to see Garland and Windler on the floor together because their playstyle compliments each other.
They can heal rather easily.

Just need to stay off the limb for 6 weeks.

Complete recovery is certain if proper care is rendered.
 

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Same.

Stress fractures in the army that never healed because the docs did not believe my pain. I have them to this day. But I have so many other things so I don't care about them lol. It's on both Tibias.

I remember all the shit I had to do with them stress fractures, pure torture.
Have you received disability for them?
 

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He didn't have a stress fracture he had a stress reaction, not the same.
already poised to return in the next home game on 14th per reports.
I look for him to play spot minutes at best early on, definitely don't see him playing the 4 as someone noted.
 

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He didn't have a stress fracture he had a stress reaction, not the same.
already poised to return in the next home game on 14th per reports.
I look for him to play spot minutes at best early on, definitely don't see him playing the 4 as someone noted.
What is the difference between stress reaction and stress fracture?
 

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Varejao lol.

And no, it was in Brazil. Mandatory.
At least I got the language right. Man I love Varejao. Might be my fave Cavs player ever. It is funny how we are seeing the same trajectory in their careers with TT and AV. Does that mean we need to sell high now or is TT going to be the best Center in the league next year?
 

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At least I got the language right. Man I love Varejao. Might be my fave Cavs player ever. It is funny how we are seeing the same trajectory in their careers with TT and AV. Does that mean we need to sell high now or is TT going to be the best Center in the league next year?
Sell high :)
I actually started to hate Varejao after he left for GSW. Low key. Don't tell.
 

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