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Mike
Last year

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Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

No structural damage, will be re-assessed in the next 24 hours. Source ABC radio.

Phew!

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Anonymous
Last year
16:04 21 Nov 16

Reply #609326

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

hahahahahahahaha I love the title change.


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Train
Last year
16:45 21 Nov 16

Reply #609335

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

What was the original title?


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Anonymous
Last year
16:47 21 Nov 16

Reply #609338

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

"Knight ok"


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Train
Last year
16:49 21 Nov 16

Reply #609339

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

haha, yeah that's a bit short :P


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Train
Last year
16:53 21 Nov 16

Reply #609340

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Glad he is ok though, I really wish he would stop diving onto his shoulder! I cringe every time he goes down.


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johnson
Last year
16:53 21 Nov 16

Reply #609341

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

DRAMA QUEEN.EVERY GAME LAST YR HE GRABBED AT HIS SHOULDER BUT STILL MANAGED TO PLAY ON &TAKE SHOTS.IF HIS SHOULDER WAS THAT BAD HE WOULDNT BE ABLE TO LIFT HIS HANDS ABOVE HIS ABOVE HIS HEAD TO TAKE SHOTS OR REBOUND.SHAME HE DOESNT NEED SURGERY CAUSE HE COULD OF REMOVED THAT CARROT THAT STUCK IN HIS **** IF PEOPLE HAVNT NOTICED THE WAY HE WALKS OR MORE LIKE WADDLING.


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Anonymous
Last year
16:58 21 Nov 16

Reply #609344

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

...or he just battles through any pain/discomfort

idiot


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johnson
Last year
17:00 21 Nov 16

Reply #609347

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

OF COURSE HE IS OK FIRST HE WAS CRYING IN PAIN ON THE SIDELINES NEXT HE WILL BE FIT AND CHUCKING HANDSTANDS BEFORE SUNDAYS GAME V HAWKS WOT A ATTENTION SEEKING TOSSER


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Anonymous
Last year
17:00 21 Nov 16

Reply #609348

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

I guess johnson wants his carrot back...


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Zodiac
Last year
17:04 21 Nov 16

Reply #609350

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Wildcats likely to reactivate Lucas Walker to replace Matty Knight according to Boti.


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Train
Last year
17:11 21 Nov 16

Reply #609351

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

STOP SHOUTING AT ME!!!!!!


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Anonymous
Last year
17:21 21 Nov 16

Reply #609354

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

"WOT A ATTENTION SEEKING TOSSER"

YOU SEEM LIKE AN ATTENTION SEEKING TOSSER WITH ALL THE SHOUTING AND IDIOTIC COMMENTS


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Anonymous
Last year
17:23 21 Nov 16

Reply #609356

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

I thought Walker was only allowed back if it was season ending?


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Bill on the ball
Last year
17:48 21 Nov 16

Reply #609358

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Thank God he is ok.....lots of ice packs meanwhile to cut any inflammation.

Lucas Walker can hang five for now.....we still prefer a slightly injured Matt.


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Anonymous
Last year
17:50 21 Nov 16

Reply #609359

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

I think better give the guy a rest.

Now what about Johnson? He was injured too...any updates?


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Freethrows
Last year
18:20 21 Nov 16

Reply #609363

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Anonymous #609356: you're correct, Walker can't be brought back in (did someone say reactivated?) unless it's for a season-ending injury. It looks like this won't be, which is great for Matty and for Perth.

@johnson, perhaps if you had a little more self-confidence and started your name with a capital letter, you wouldn't feel the need to shout your statements by using ALL CAPS. Then again, after rereading what you've posted, perhaps it's just that you don't understand grammar at all.


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ROFLcopter
Last year
20:56 21 Nov 16

Reply #609411

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Matt Knight is famous for faking injuries.

In order for soccer style diving sooks.
1. Harris
2. Knight
3. Daylight


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Luuuc
Last year
21:14 21 Nov 16

Reply #609415

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Hitting the deck a lot? Yes. Being injured a lot? For sure. Faking injuries though??? Nah I think you've missed the mark on that one.


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ROFLcopter
Last year
21:23 21 Nov 16

Reply #609418

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

I'll pay that.
I more meant that he was a soccer diver and has added plenty of mayo to minor bumps & niggles.


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Anonymous
Last year
21:39 21 Nov 16

Reply #609421

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

ROFLdoctor?


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Anonymous
Last year
22:38 21 Nov 16

Reply #609432

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Pretty sure Knight will call it a day in 2019 when his contract runs out.


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Wilson Sting
Last year
23:03 21 Nov 16

Reply #609434

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Does the NBL have a 10 day/3 game contract equivalent? It just seems to make a lot of sense with the amount of injuries this year.


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Mike
Last year
01:19 22 Nov 16

Reply #609442

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

'Pretty sure Knight will call it a day in 2019 when his contract runs out'

Gonna be hard for the Cats to find a decent Aussie replacement


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paul
Last year
06:12 22 Nov 16

Reply #609444

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Interesting to see Bevo creating his new Martin/Knight duo in Illawarra with Norton and Kay.

It will be tough for the Cats to replace that duo like-for-like, but when the time comes they'll recruit quality players and build around their strengths.


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Zodiac
Last year
10:12 22 Nov 16

Reply #609457

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Does the NBL have a 10 day/3 game contract equivalent?


I think the standard injury replacement contracts are around 7 or 8 game deals.


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Anonymous
Last year
16:07 22 Nov 16

Reply #609499

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

For the last couple of years, every time knight takes a tumble and the cats are losing he grabs his shoulder and goes off the court only to return the following game.


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Anonymous
Last year
16:12 22 Nov 16

Reply #609500

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

yes he sure does just like how he missed the first 3 games of this season


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Anonymous
Last year
16:14 22 Nov 16

Reply #609501

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

"For the last couple of years, every time knight takes a tumble and the cats are losing he grabs his shoulder and goes off the court only to return the following game."

So true. He continually fakes those injuries cos he's weak as piss!

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Dazz
Last year
16:39 22 Nov 16

Reply #609502

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

According to the Cats, the "screws" Matty has in that shoulder make it more painful when he takes a heavy knock. Hence it can seem worse than it is.

He has jet to be passed by the medical staff, but there's apparently a CHANCE he could play against the Hawks.


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Anonymous
Last year
17:50 22 Nov 16

Reply #609519

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

he will probably play. I doubt he will let a fake injury keep him at home.


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Anonymous
Last year
17:51 22 Nov 16

Reply #609520

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Dazz did you put "screws" in quotes because they are fake screws and don't actually exist?


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Train
Last year
17:56 22 Nov 16

Reply #609522

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Pretty sure he is using quotation marks because he is quoting a term used in the actual article. C'mon it's not that hard to work out.


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Anonymous
Last year
18:07 22 Nov 16

Reply #609524

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

so the "screws" he has in his "shoulder" make it more "painful" when he takes a heavy "knock". Hence it can seem worse than it "is".
I hope he is cleared by the "medical" staff


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Dazz
Last year
18:22 22 Nov 16

Reply #609525

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

"Screws" is what the person from the Cats was quoted as saying. I don't know precisely what Matty has in there. Could be screws, pins, plates, who knows, I'm not his doctor.


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Anonymous
Last year
20:41 22 Nov 16

Reply #609540

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

If you were his doctor what would you have put in dazz?

Could the problem possibly be that they left the quotation marks in after the surgery and they are actually causing the added pain?


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Anonymous
Last year
20:48 22 Nov 16

Reply #609541

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

"LOL"


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Anonymous
Last year
20:49 22 Nov 16

Reply #609542

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Ooh that would be a careless error by the surgeon but it has been known to happen and yeah that could hurt


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ROFLcopter
Last year
21:01 22 Nov 16

Reply #609544

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

"ROFL"


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swish
Last year
10:26 23 Nov 16

Reply #609568

re: Initial Matt Knight assessment: no structural damage

Maybe if he stopped throwing himself (flopping)to the floor like so many other Perth players he wouldn't hurt his shoulder. For a big strong guy he sure gets knocked and has to slide along the court a lot.


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