QB Patrick Mahomes – ankle/knee
QB Baker Mayfield – hand, X-rays negative
QB Sam Darnold – mono (illness)
QB Nick Foles – fractured clavicle non-throwing shoulder
WR Tyreek Hill – posterior SC dislocation/shoulder
WR DeAndre Hopkins – ribs (fracture?)
WR Juju Smith-Schuster – toe, turf toe?
WR Julio Jones – foot (chronic)
WR Mike Williams – knee?
WR Stefon Diggs – hamstring
WR Tyler Lockett – back
WR Robby Anderson – calf
WR Dante Pettis – groin
WR Albert Wilson – calf
WR Sterling Shepard – concussion
WR A.J. Green – ankle fracture
WR Rashard Higgins – knee mild
WR Keke Coutee – ankle, unknown severity
WR Alshon Jeffery – biceps
WR David Moore – shoulder, specifics unknown
WR Quincy Enunwa – neck injury
WR Tim Patrick – broken hand
WR Devin Funchess – broken collarbone
RB James Conner – illness
RB Le’Veon Bell – shoulder
RB Mark Ingram – shoulder
RB Derrius Guice – meniscal tear in non-ACL knee
RB Joe Mixon – ankle sprain, MRI negative
RB Tevin Coleman – high-ankle sprain, moderate.
TE Hunter Henry – tibial plateau fracture? (knee)
TE Trey Burton – groin
TE Jordan Reed – concussion (his 7th?)
NBA Podcast: S3-Ep.15
Hello again NBA Nerds, Sports Savants, Fantasy Fellows, today it is with a heavy heart we welcome you back to the Fantasy Docs NBA Podcast. Join Dr. Harold Pan, Dr. Marco Lopez and Nate the numbers and stats guy Navas as we pay our respects to all those affected by the horrific event over the weekend. We will have a moment of silence to honor Kobe Bryant, Gianna Bryant, John Altobelli, Keri ALtobeli, Alyssa Altobeli, Sarah Chester, Payton Chester,, Ara Zobayan, Christina Mausser. We will relive our favorite Kobe moments. We will dive into what we think about the NBA All Star teams that were announced, break down this week’s fantasy injuries and returns. Join us as we use our analysis to help you boost your fantasy roster, make some needed waiver wire additions to your teams prior to the all star break. And as always, please like, subscribe and leave a comment for us to give you the best content we can possibly provide.
NBA Podcast: S3-Ep.14
Welcome back to the Fantasy Docs NBA Podcast! Join Dr. Harold Pan, Dr. Marco Lopez and Nate the numbers and stats guy Navas as we break down this week’s fantasy injuries and returns, including Zion’s coming out party and Chandler Parson’s tragic midseason woes. Use our analysis as you need to boost your fantasy roster, make power moves and kill it in your league. And as always, please like, subscribe and leave a comment for us to give you best content we can possibly provide.
NBA Podcast: S3-Ep.13
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.
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