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NFL Podcast: Week 13

Jesse Morse M.D.

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QBs: 

Tom Brady – elbow

Carson Wentz – hand

Jameis Winston – ankle (low vs high)

Matt Stafford – fracture in back

RBs: 

Derrick Henry – hamstring

James Conner – AC joint sprain (shoulder)

Marlon Mack – hand fracture (surgery?)

Damien Williams – ribs (cartilage)

David Johnson – back? Age?

Chase Edmonds  – hamstring

Matt Breida – ankle, new

Chris Thompson – turf toe

Le’Veon Bell – knee (chronic)

Jordan Howard – shoulder (stinger)

WRs: 

T.Y. Hilton – calf

D.J. Moore – shoulder/elbow

Tyreek Hill – hamstring (mild)

Adam Thielen – hamstring

Juju Smith-Schuster – concussion, knee

Deebo Samuel  – shoulder (sprain?)

Emmanuel Sanders – rib injury/cartilage

D.J. Chark – hamstring

Mohammed Sanu – high-ankle sprain

Nelson Agholor – knee

Philip Dorsett  – concussion

Tyler Lockett – calf contusion/strain

Robby Anderson – back, shoulder

Golden Tate – concussion

Dede Westbrook – shoulder, neck

Alshon Jeffery – ankle

Paul Richardson – hamstring

Hunter Refrow – ribs, punctured lung

Mike Williams  – knee 

A.J. Green – foot, surgery

Parris Campbell – fractured hand, surgery

Jakeem Grant – high-ankle sprain

John Ross – shoulder

TEs: 

Zach Ertz – hamstring

Evan Engram – foot (LisFranc?)

Rhett Ellison – concussion

Gerald Everett – knee

David Njoju – wrist

Delanie Walker – ankle

Luke Willson – hamstring

Eric Ebron – ankles

Jesse A. Morse, MD is a Sports and Family Medicine Physician originally from Worcester, Massachusetts, and currently living in Stuart, Florida. Dr. Morse specializes in fractures, sports-related injuries, joint injections, musculoskeletal ultrasound, regenerative medicine (stem cell, PRP) and concussion management as a non-surgical orthopedist. He grew up watching Wade Boggs, Pedro Martinez, and Larry Bird dominate the Boston sports scene before Tom Brady and David Ortiz came to town. In 2017-18 served Dr. Morse served on the medical staffs of the Philadelphia Phillies/Threshers, the Toronto/Dunedin Blue Jays, and the University of South Florida. Now he currently consults for the Miami Marlins and also serves as a MMA ringside fight physician. Dr. Morse enjoys staying up-to-date on all the latest injuries in sports, playing fantasy baseball and football, as well as DFS.

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NBA Podcast: S3-Ep.13

Dr. Harold Pan

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Welcome to the mid point of January of the New Year with the Fantasy Docs NBA Podcast. It’s a bad time to be a big man in the NBA and we have a slew of returning players coming back from injury. It’s been a wild ride of a year in the NBA and somewhat of a trainwreck for teams like the Raptors, Warriors, Bulls, Pelicans and Kings, who have just been destroyed by the injury bug going around. Now we have gotten quite into the rehab process for a lot of players this year. With many non-surgical injuries, mild acute sprains and strains take about 1-2 weeks and moderate to severe ones can take anywhere from 3-4 to 4-6 weeks depending on where the injury is and who the injury is to. You may have picked up a little bit about this if you have been following us so far and we wanted to use this podcast as a platform for you to understand not just how injuries work and how to recover, but how to make smart decisions with your fantasy roster, player management and load management in general. We have some news for you and today, our hosts Dr. Marco Lopez and Dr. Harold Pan along with numbers and stats guy – Nate the Intern are here to talk about the injury season 2020 in the NBA.

Thank you again numbers nerds, sports savants, fantasy fellows for following us. We hope you learned something from our discussion today and use this knowledge to get a leg up over the competition in your league. We love to bring you relevant up to date content so please rate us, subscribe and tell your friends. Keep on ballin’

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NBA Podcast: S3-Ep.12

Dr. Marco Lopez

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Welcome to the new decade from the Fantasy Basketball Doctors group. We hope you had a happy and safe new year’s. In this episode we have Dr. Harold Pan with Movement Empowered PT, Dr. Marco Lopez – Mr. Basketball Doc himself, and Nate the numbers and stats guy Navas bringing to you your 2020 fantasy guide. First and foremost, we would like to honor the late great commissioner David Stern for all that he did for the game of basketball. We will discuss all about the major injuries that occurred over the new year’s games and the week that followed. Find out what we have to say about Kyrie’s injury, we got an update on Stephen Curry, we touch on injuries to Brodgon, Beal, the horrific injury on new year’s day to Jonathan Isaac, injuries to some stud Power Forwards such as Collins, Markannen, and the big unicorn Porzingis.

 

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NBA Podcast: New Years Special

Dr. Harold Pan

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Happy New Year from the Fantasy Basketball Doctors group. We hope you had a great Christmas Holiday or Hannukah. In this episode Nate the Intern, Dr. Harold Pan and Mr. Basketball Docs Dr. Marco Lopez go over how they did on their Christmas Day predictions? op-ed on the lengthy NBA season, injury bug hitting some all stars such as Trae Young, Luka Doncic, Bradley Beal, James Harden, Malcolm Brogdon, we touch on Karl Anthony Towns and updates on Kyrie Irving. They will go in depth into what you need to do to take your fantasy line ups to the next level and to kick it up a notch!!! This coming new year with waves of injuries coming and affecting your teams. We go over the must adds and and holds in your fantasy leagues. Please Rate, subscribe and review below afterwards. Thank you.

Disclaimer: Dr. Pan decided to try a new site to record.

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