What happened to the good ole days when you would just rub a little dirt on it.I hurt my shoulder bad in 83 and never had surgery,then again its still fucked up 29 years later.
Incoming Providence freshman guard Kris Dunn could miss up to five months because of a right shoulder injury, coach Ed Cooley confirmed to ESPN.com.
The New London Day reported the injury Monday night, with Dunn telling the paper he was hurt during a tournament in March. Dunn is expected to have surgery in about two weeks, after which he will wear a sling for three months, followed by two months of recovery.
"We're looking to move forward with him, have the surgery, rehab him and see where he is after that rehab," Cooley said Tuesday. "We may have a miraculous healing. You never know. I'm always optimistic."
Dunn, a McDonald's All-American, is one of Cooley's top-incoming recruits as the coach continues his efforts to rebuild the Friars, who last visited the NCAA tournament in 2004.
Dunn told the paper that he experienced further pain in the shoulder throughout his trip to the USA Basketball Under-18 training camp in Colorado Springs later in the spring. An MRI conducted by the Providence athletic staff revealed the more drastic nature of the problem.
"Sometimes kids hurt and don't know why they hurt," Cooley said, when asked about the delay in Dunn's diagnosis and treatment. "Some young men may not have the resources to have MRIs and X-rays. It was more just about being educated."
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Thread: Kris Dunn needs shoulder surgery
06-27-2012, 03:07 PM #1
Kris Dunn needs shoulder surgery