Blazers' New Year's Resolution: Avoid More Injuries
from The Oregonian
Brandon Roy was smiling, but he wasn't happy. And he was laughing, but there was nothing funny. In Dallas, the Trail Blazers guard stood above fallen teammate Joel Przybilla, whose right knee was like an unfinished jigsaw puzzle, scattered and fragmented. Before the team even reached Christmas, there had been eight surgeries, which had left bruised psyches on even the healthy players. The players said they thought it. The coaching staff admitted thinking it. And athletic trainer Jay Jensen said he was bracing for it.
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