Well, um, exactly what it says on the tin. After a flagrant foul from Andrew Bynum in the fourth quarter of what ended up being Charlotte's fifth win in its last six games against the Lakers, Bobcats forward Gerald Wallace suffered a partially collapsed left lung and broken rib.
His left lung collapsed by about 30-40%, and they even needed to put a tube in to help it restore complete function.
Jeez. My thoughts and prayers are definitely with him as he attempts to recover from this devastating injury.
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You could argue Ray Allen. I wouldn't, but you could. Also, Posey was 5th most, as Rondo is only slightly less important than Garnett, Pierce, Allen. Would have liked to have kept Posey, but with the luxury tax it was tough.