Zodiac
Two months ago

Melb Utd sign Dexter Kernich-Drew as injury cover for Barlow

David Barlow out with a thumb fracture until Round 3 so United have signed DKD as injury cover.

https://nbl.com.au/news/david-barlow-ruled-out-of-round-1

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Prather out as well, same old knee injury. Wesley licking his lips.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

How's Barlow's back?

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

2 broken players.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

From melb u web page

Scans have revealed that Prather will require minor surgery that will see him miss 2-3 weeks. He won't travel with the team to the USA for NBLxNBA games, and will aim to return for Melbourne United's next home game in Round 3.

With Prather sidelined, Melbourne has signed Dillon Stith as an injury replacement player.

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Splinky  
Two months ago

Such a shame for Prather, because he was looking to be in elite form.

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Lovebroker  
Two months ago

No that's terrible for Prather. I was really hoping he'd go onto the NBA after the NBL but glad to have him back nonetheless.

Hope he makes a speedy recovery.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Same knee injury that never saw him take the court in Russia. Let's hope the Australian medicos are better than Russia or the states.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

It's Dillon stith Aussie

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

He's in Melbourne so an afl knee specialist
It mustn’t be to bad he’s only out for 3 rounds at this stage

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Jick  
Two months ago

Bog average player

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Barlow unlucky, Stith is an import, Prather hasn't played for over a year, two practice games out again.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

stith is classed as an import in the Big V, so he will be coming in to prather's import spot

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PerthKnee  
Two months ago

Genuine question - what type of minor knee surgery would only put someone out three to four weeks?


When I hear minor knee surgery I think small meniscus or minor cartilage clean, which isn't that closer to three months full recovery. Or maybe two for a pro athlete?

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Greggo  
Two months ago

Arthroscopic surgery. A trim of the meniscus. A clean up of a joint. Draining of fluid. Something like that

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Has been a hectic time for Barlow coming off a world cup campaign.

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WITZE  
Two months ago

Is there an official injury report/list for this league so we can keep up to date as the season progresses?

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

The last time Prather was injured for 2/3 season Melbourne won the championship.

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