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  • #91
    Chris Bosh has been Hospitilized for serious health concerns .. He maybe out for rest of the season .

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    • #92
      guyroch wrote: View Post
      Chris Bosh has been Hospitilized for serious health concerns .. He maybe out for rest of the season .
      Looks like he might have a blood clot in his lungs

      http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/12...ng-tests-lungs

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      • #93
        guyroch wrote: View Post
        Chris Bosh has been Hospitilized for serious health concerns .. He maybe out for rest of the season .
        I wish he was healthy. No excuses for Heat fans if it doesn't work out.

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        • #94
          3rd player diagnosed w/ blood clots in their lungs over the last 15 months. Scary

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          • #95
            As bad as things are here in Raptor land, they could always be worse:

            http://probasketballtalk.nbcsports.c...medium=twitter

            "According to an NBA source, Jackson still is a fan and has interest in bringing Bargnani back for the right price because of his length, post defense and ability to score and pass in the structured system."
            Heir, Prince of Cambridge

            If you see KeonClark in the wasteland, please share your food and water with him.

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            • #96
              aaron gray is officially retired due to blood clotting. He's joining the Detroit Pistons coaching staff!

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              • #97
                iblastoff wrote: View Post
                aaron gray is officially retired due to blood clotting. He's joining the Detroit Pistons coaching staff!
                Guess he didn't want to be an assistant under Casey either

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                • #98
                  Shawn Marion retires.

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                  • #99
                    iblastoff wrote: View Post
                    aaron gray is officially retired due to blood clotting. He's joining the Detroit Pistons coaching staff!
                    I'll never forget the play where Casey wanted Gray to double team Kobe 20 feet from the hoop. Kobe then proceeded to run around Gray and get a easy dunk
                    "Both teams played hard my man" - Sheed

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                    • Here's another former Raptor, Maceo Baston, who opened up a cupcake shop a few years ago.

                      http://www.nba.com/pacers/news/forme...ter-basketball

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                      • T.J. Ford stands up: The rise, fall(s) and rise again of a Texas legend

                        http://www.sportingnews.com/nba/stor...GEYMJJ%26s%3D1

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                        • Didn't want to make a new thread but damn this got me a bit emotional.

                          https://instagram.com/p/4RvINhAp5K/

                          Acy's message for Aaron Gray who had to retire due to a heart condition.

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                          • Letter N wrote: View Post
                            Didn't want to make a new thread but damn this got me a bit emotional.

                            https://instagram.com/p/4RvINhAp5K/

                            Acy's message for Aaron Gray who had to retire due to a heart condition.
                            Hope he stays healthy and has many years to enjoy this:



                            While he tries to forget about this:

                            "We're playing in a building." -- Kawhi Leonard

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                            • Wow with all the dumb money being thrown around and Bargs can only manage veteran minimum

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                              • guyroch wrote: View Post
                                T.J. Ford stands up: The rise, fall(s) and rise again of a Texas legend

                                http://www.sportingnews.com/nba/stor...GEYMJJ%26s%3D1
                                TJ was one of my favourite players while he was a Raptor. The man was fearless and clutch. Had he been healthy his entire career who knows what he would have been able to achieve. From a glass half full perspective the man had a great ride through the NBA, made a lot of money, escaped with his health entact and now seemingly has a successful business/hobby.

                                Good for him, I'm really glad he's in a good place and still involved with the game he loves.


                                guyroch wrote: View Post
                                Wow with all the dumb money being thrown around and Bargs can only manage veteran minimum
                                Actually he had a better offer but he decided he didn't want to play for the Sacramento Toilet Rolls.


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