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    Yao Ming Out for the Playoffs

    Hairline fracture on his left foot.

    This just does it for me.

    Yao can't be our focal point on offense.

    If he can't play over 35 minutes during the playoffs, then he shouldn't be the main focus point on offense.

    We'll have to re-evaluate the high post with him. See if he can get the mid-range jumper consistently. This will open passing lanes for cutters. This will also save energy for him to box out and block/alter shots.

    Anytime a team has a skilled big man as their 2nd option, then that team is talented. We won't force feed or try as much now.
    Last edited by underdawg; 05-10-2009 at 09:38 AM.

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    Is this the same foot as last year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RenegadeLonghorn View Post
    God is a Lakers fan...


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    Quote Originally Posted by JesRey View Post
    Yao is only out for the next 2 games
    Where'd you get that?

    Hairline fracture takes at least 8 weeks to heal. He doesn't need surgery, but in order to heal it, his foot must be immobilized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by underdawg View Post
    Where'd you get that?

    Hairline fracture takes at least 8 weeks to heal. He doesn't need surgery, but in order to heal it, his foot must be immobilized.
    I think he meant only two more games then the Rockets' season will be over.

    Clearly, he was wrong.

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    Its working out so far. That Rockets blew the Lakers away. I don't think it will lat long though

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    You guys see on SportsCenter where they said All-Time, when Yao is out with some sort of injury, the Rockets are now 4-0 against the Lakers?

    Interesting....

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