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Duke's Rodney Hood suffers achilles injury at USA basketball camp

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Got confirm from USA Basketball on an injury from last night. Rodney Hood has an "injured right Achilles." No further details at this point.



I spoke w/ Hood after the practice and he didn't seem to be in any huge distress, fwiw. If/when I get more info on the extent, I'll pass on


There are obviously many gradients to an Achilles "injury," so until there's more info, no reason to speculate on the degree.



Per Duke and USA Basketball, Rodney Hood is being evaluated for a right Achilles' injury suffered last night. Diagnosis incomplete.


Also, PJ Hairston withdrew a few days ago due to a back injury. Hadn't seen that posted yet. Another fun tidbit is that Hairston and Hood were rooming together. Some state fan in Colorado probably went and did some sort of pagan farming ritual at their hotel room door.




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