THE REAL STORY BEHIND IVERSON’S KNEE PROBLEMS

Posted by: Philadunkia
12/14/09 4:34 pm EST

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According to Bob Cooney of philly.com,  Allen Iverson sat out of practice today with the Sixers.  Also according to Cooney, on Sunday Iverson had 55 CCs of fluid drained from his knee.  The second straight day he has fluid drained from his knee.  The Sixers have stated that Iverson is day-to-day with synovitis of the left knee.

Iverson told Cooney, “I think my knee will be a lot better being as I got it drained.  I think they said 55 CCs.  That’s a lot.  That’s more than I ever had before.  I think it stems from me starting so fast and not having a chance to get a chance to practice and stuff, and not doing any running, just not playing over a month and jumping right into the fire.  Hopefully, that’s what it’s from…”

That’s one explanation.  Here at Philadunkia.com we believe we have found another…

While we sure hope that going from his couch to starting for the Sixers and playing 30+ minutes a night is causing the issues with Iverson’s left knee, there is one other theory going around the Philadunkia offices that says the real issue with Iverson’s left knee was caused by Rodney Stuckey of the Detroit Pistons.  Check out the video evidence below…

 

 

WOW!  We know that Iverson is 34 years old now and that he is still getting his game legs under him…but DAMN.  Did you ever think that you would see Iverson get crossed over so hard that his knees would buckle and he would go crashing to the floor in that embarassing fashion?  We never did, that’s for sure.


 
 
 

One Response to “THE REAL STORY BEHIND IVERSON’S KNEE PROBLEMS”

  1. Around the Rim: Tuesday | Crashing the Glass
    15. December 2009 at 06:44

    [...] However the concern in regards to Iverson’s shin/knee injury is growing in the city of Brotherly Love, and they’ve got a potential Zapruter film at Philadunkia… [...]

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