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Welcome to the Bloggers Network Blazermaniak! Great first blog!I know for a fact you're not the only frustrated Blazers fan. I also know that you're not the only one that's sick of dealing with injuries and rehabbing players. That said, I don't think all the blame can be laid on the coaches or trainers. NBA players are professionals. They know, or think they know/feel, what their bodies can handle. According to Jason Quick's Twitter account, Wesley looked like he was BEGGING trainer Jay Jensen to let him back into the game.In my opinion the decision to play is made by the coaches trainers and the player. Because its a group decision it's hard to place blame anywhere.I look forward to reading more from you!
@sarahhecht, I agree. I LOVE Nate.. And I know the decision isn't as simple as one persons desires. I only worry about pushing our guys too hard =-/ Thank you for being my first welcoming blogger! I'm a big fan of your Dante Blog, and am looking forward to more of yours!Go Blazers!!
I myself was shocked when they kept Wes on the floor. I would have been happy to let Patty and Rudy to finish the game. Also, I don't think you are being negative you are just calling it how you see it.
I completely agree, I only wonder why didn't we trade Roy just after signing him to a huge contract knowing about his knee problems. You can't tell me the Blazer ownership did not know of this problem, as far as that goes they knew about Oden's problems before drafting him, why did they still draft him #1.
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