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Kendall Marshall Has A Broken Wrist

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If the surgeon says he is good to go, they would know best. I'm simply weighing a possible future worth millions in the NBA versus a possible NCAA championship. He might play and do absolutely fine with no negative outcome, but why risk it? But none of our opinions mean anything really. Up to Marshall, his family and his doctors.

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If the surgeon says he is good to go, they would know best. I'm simply weighing a possible future worth millions in the NBA versus a possible NCAA championship. He might play and do absolutely fine with no negative outcome, but why risk it? But none of our opinions mean anything really. Up to Marshall, his family and his doctors.

xactly.

I am never worried about Roy pushing a guy to come back early. It just won't happen. If KM is done for the year, fine. I have every confidence in White. It will be a different team but it will be fun to watch them.

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Somewhere I read a report that the surgery is 80% more likely to heal quickly and effectively if they used a philips head screw versus flat head.

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screw that, they should have riveted that sucker back together!

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Duct tape gentlemen, duct tape!

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Fuggin Ohio fans - thinking their PG Cooper (who is good, no doubt) is better than Kendal Marshall. I really hope UNC wipes the floor with them, sans Marshall.

The team is scheduled to travel to St. Louis today. Here's hoping for the best.

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Marshall is having surgery in the A.M. His father said if all goes well he might play on Fri....I honestly don't think he will but whatever. I had a friend at the game who said that the Creighton coach was screaming "Wrist Wrist" on the sideline. what kind of scumbag devotes a gameplan to try to intentionally hurt an opposing player?

Greg Willams - former NO Saint <_<

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Duct tape gentlemen, duct tape!

UNC has plenty of money, they'd use superglue.

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if we make it through this weekend, i believe we will win it all... This is definatly our biggest hurrdle.

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uh ohhhh...

He got it taken off a few days early, so it's either looking really good or he don't care. If it was looking good, the main part of the healing process with the procedure he had is over. He'll be in a removable plastic splint the next few weeks, that he'll probably remove to play against NC st/Kansas.

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He got it taken off a few days early, so it's either looking really good or he don't care. If it was looking good, the main part of the healing process with the procedure he had is over. He'll be in a removable plastic splint the next few weeks, that he'll probably remove to play against NC st/Kansas.

Just a few tidbits of supposition:

I guarantee he didn't have a cast on. Plaster splint (like a half cast) yes, cast no. Now likely in a removable plastizote (plastic) splint.

As far as playing football - quarterbacks and receivers would have a very tough time with playing after the surgery and likely wouldn't until the xrays showed the bone to be healed. Linemen are a different story.

Don Bynum is the UNC hand guy who did the surgery. Trained at Duke - residency and fellowship.

The team doc (Bobby Fraser, TJ Yates, Roy Williams) is Alex Creighton, who would likely communicate w/Bynum and Roy (and Tim Taft) about playing.

It does come down to what the Marshall family wants to do. I can't imagine any of the above medical staff would suggest that it's safe to play. Then again, it's up to the Marshalls to decide what to do with that info. A screw in the scaphoid does not make it stable in and of itself. A splint would not be enough additional support to protect if a fall occurred (or a hard contact or even a hard pass

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