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Robin Lopez sprains multiple ligaments in knee

Posted on: November 15, 2010 7:50 pm
Edited on: November 15, 2010 10:20 pm
 
Suns center suffers two sprains in left knee, out several weeks. Posted by Matt Moore

When Amar'e Stoudemire headed on his happy way to New York, it was expected that Robin Lopez would be the recepient of the mantle of "best Suns big." Unfortunately, that plan is on hold.

The Suns announced today that Lopez has suffered a sprain of both his MCl and PCL in his left knee. Lopez wasn't playing terribly well to begin with and has been hampered with injuries most of the season, but this just sets him back that much further.

The sprains are expected to keep him out an undetermined number of weeks, which is going to mean lots and lots of time for Channing Frye and more time for Hedo Turkoglu at power forward.

Get excited, Suns fans.

The Suns beat the Lakers last night due in part to them hitting 700 3-pointers.
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ijikk
Since: Nov 16, 2010
Posted on: November 16, 2010 9:35 am
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Since: Nov 16, 2010
Posted on: November 16, 2010 1:34 am
 

Robin Lopez sprains multiple ligaments in knee

Wow 700 3-pointers eh? That's an impressive display of shooting to say the least...




Since: Dec 20, 2009
Posted on: November 15, 2010 9:14 pm
 

Robin Lopez sprains multiple ligaments in knee

Well, if the Suns are smart (which they are not).  They would go after some other big man.  Like maybe the King's dude?  (forgot his name off the bat).  Even with Lopez healthy , the Suns get beat on the boards every game.  EVERY GAME.   And its not even close.  Now Lopez is gone.  They have no true center.  NONE.   Phoenix is in deep kaka.  They HAVE to go out on the limb here if they want to stay somewhat close to the Lakers in the division and Sign someone or make a trade/trades.  


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