Odds & Ends: Mavs, Van Gundy, Howard, Barbosa

Shorthanded following the completion of the Rudy Gay trade, the Pistons and Raptors were both beaten in their respective games on Wednesday night. Tonight, in the first game of the post-Gay era in Memphis, the Grizzlies will be tasked with what would be a tough matchup under normal circumstances, as they travel to Oklahoma City to face the Thunder. While we look forward to that game, let's round up a few odds and ends from around the NBA:

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dc21892
2 years 5 months ago

I tore my labrum a few years back. It went undiagnosed for at least 2 years, possibly 3. It was in part my fault, but its not the end of the world. It is not very painful, and you can easily recover from the initial shock your body is in and go on like nothing is even wrong within a couple weeks. Eventually, something will happen again, it it will become more difficult to bounce back from and be more painful, but he will be fine.
It’s also foolish he isn’t considering surgery because even though it can go unnoticed, the injury is still there. I’m just solely speaking off experience alone. After three years, I got mine repaired. Is it fun? Not at all, but its absolutely necessary to get done. The good thing is though, labrum is normally not an urgent need for repair, so he can wait.