Anonymous
Years ago

Creek won't face Perth.

Mitch Creek will not face Perth tomorrow night after failing a concussion test and still experiencing headaches.

Others under injury clouds, Gibson and Petrie will both suit tomorrow night against arch rival, Perth.

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Wwizard  
Years ago

very smart move.
am glad the doctor enforced he took no further part on sat night.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

6ERS were losing regardless of Creek being there or not.It is NZ, Perth and the United. The rest are making up the numbers

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I think the Sixers chances just improved against Perth.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

More minutes for Ebi Ere yay sixers fans

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Kobe24  
Years ago

Creek has been pretty ordinary this season, doesnt seem to understand his role or something. Must've really knocked his head hard on that court to be missing a game 4 days or so later. Good to think the docs are being thorough. Cats will win this one unfortunately, the 36ers aren't really playing in a way that gives me much confidence. Super pumped to see Ebi get more minutes, he as been a true inspiration this season with his amount of iron he has hit... Ironman baby!

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Bretts The Man  
Years ago

No i am looking for to see more of Ebe doing his brick laying job along with his traffic cop imitation waving attackers to go past him without any fear of any defence to stop them.

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Callisto 75  
Years ago

Ebi needs to step up tonight without Creek imo

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Kobe24  
Years ago

Well yes thats a given! Hopefully he take change role from minimal impact maximum chucking to 4 quarter consistent impact player. Perfect time for him to shine, got to take your chances, of course the opposite side is he could exposed against a decent team.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Any head injury like that should be treated immediately as concussion and 1 week out is the default now a days. Anything less shouldn't be conceded. Even in Martin hadn't had the teeth problem he probably should have had at least 2 weeks out. I was abundantly clear he had a LOC.

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