Yeah, I watched that game on the local Boston affiliate ... It didn't look like anything serious when they showed the replay; he kind of just planted his foot wrong trying to keep up with Paul Pierce (hey, just like Triple H's injury!).
But I guess the players on the floor with him said that they heard a loud pop right before he went down (ouch) ...
Yeah, that was his best season ever. I'm really concerned for him. His brother Harvey, as a matter of fact, was a friend of mine back in high school, we went to math class together. I hope that Al's able to come back for the playoffs or, barring that, takes off as much time as he needs so that when he comes back, he isn't making it worse.
“If anybody's gonna kill my creation, I'm gonna do it! Me... and the nWo.”
Too bad about Harrington...but a Pacers' thread from someone in Indianapolis makes me want to ask...
Is Isiah Thomas (who was my favorite player back in the day) as bad of a coach as some of the national media make him out to be? I've read columns by a few national writers and one of local guys who say the Pacers' talent is the best in the East but he is keeping them at .500 because he sucks as a coach.
Some news to make CRZ weep just a little more. ESPN.com: Reports: Adelman interviews for Van Gundy's job Of course, sure to get lost in the hoopla is the key word currently. Jeff Van Gundy hasn't officially left yet, despite rumors.