Milos Teodosic Injury Updates/News

Clippers News Surge Forum/Message Board » Clippers News & General Discussions
Post new topic Reply to topic
Author Search This Topic:
 
david
Site Admin
Posts: 13568
votes: 52
 

Milos Teodosic injured his left foot with about 2 minutes to go in the second quarter of 10/21 game vs the Suns and had to be carried off the court. It did not appear to be a sprained ankle but rather some sort of foot issue. Please post updates to his condition in this thread.


JudahDub
Clipper Starter
Posts: 911
Location: Los Angeles
votes: 14

I went to the game and Milos hopped to the locker room after being carried close to the bench. Still, it seems like he is in pain. I hope he alright, we need milos


david
Site Admin
Posts: 13568
votes: 52

It could be a foot sprain- if so hopefully it is a grade 1 and nothing is torn.


Anxioustobebest
Clipper All-Star
Posts: 1223
votes: 1

Let's hope!


david
Site Admin
Posts: 13568
votes: 52

X-rays are negative so that's a good sign.


LAC_12
CNS MVP X1
Posts: 4017
Location: NYC/LA
votes: 31

Really hoping it is not a major injury


CLIPSET
Clipper All-Star
Posts: 1211
votes: 6

Hopefully he's day to day


tense2
CNS MVP X3
Posts: 14209
votes: 32

We'll know for sure after the MRI. Tear or sprain and what grade.


Basketball
Clipper Starter
Posts: 356
votes: 1

Would love to see a Teodosic vs Rubio matchup on Tuesday. Hopefully nothing too serious and he's ready to go!


cleepers
CNS MVP X3
Posts: 11005

us.gif
votes: 153

He'll be a'ight... he's European. We're built tough!


cobra
Clipper All-Star
Posts: 1546
votes: 9

Any update?


tense2
CNS MVP X3
Posts: 14209
votes: 32

cobra wrote:
Any update?

Probably not until much later in the day or by tomorrow.


toohipcliptoslip
CNS MVP X2
Posts: 7592
votes: 53

cleepers wrote:
He'll be a'ight... he's European. We're built tough!

I thought you Brits left Europe.


pageC4
CNS MVP X2
Posts: 6997

us.gif
votes: 43

Poor Milo. I was at the game last night (sitting in section 107) and the crowd around me all stood up. I couldn't tell what they were gawking at, so for a minute I thought it might have been another Kardashian walking by court side looking for another victim..er, prospective boyfriend basketball player. When I saw two staff members lifting Milo I knew it was bad news. It is what is is, and I have said countless of times that basketball is a brutal sport. It's not a question of if but when an injury hits. Speedy recovery for Milos.


Silasie
CNS MVP X1
Posts: 3602

uk.gif
votes: 7

toohipcliptoslip wrote:
I thought you Brits left Europe.

Not yet.


Agent0
CNS MVP X3
Posts: 11707
votes: 98

Soo...bad news guys

Did not see that coming at all


worm
Clipper All-Star
Posts: 1428
votes: 3

How many weeks or months he will be out?


Agent0
CNS MVP X3
Posts: 11707
votes: 98

I've read a minimum of 6-8 weeks, but I have no clue, not a short time though, and it's known to be a nagging injury if not healed well.


worm
Clipper All-Star
Posts: 1428
votes: 3

That's a lot of time for Milo's recovery from injury,I think Clippers will be fine we have a lots of guards ready to compete.


tense2
CNS MVP X3
Posts: 14209
votes: 32

Sounds like the same injury Pau Gasol had when he played for the Lakers, a torn plantar fascia. I believe he came back in approximately 8 weeks.

Looks like Evans will be thrown into the fire...I hope.


namzug
Clipper All-Star
Posts: 2002
Location: So Cal
votes: 18

Someone beat me to it: https://basketball.realgm.com/wiretap/247824/Milos-Teodosic-Out-Indefi nitely-With-Plantar-Fascia-Injury


Basketball
Clipper Starter
Posts: 356
votes: 1

Come on, man. Every god dang year. We'll still be fine unless Blake gets injured. But I don't know how well we'll do with our only good playmaker outside of Blake out for 2 months.


jarca
CNS MVP X3
Posts: 12032

rp.gif
votes: 51

Frack the injury bug hit us early


cobra
Clipper All-Star
Posts: 1546
votes: 9

At least not a season ending like Gordon Hayward, now Bledsoe is hinting to leave Suns, can Jerry and Frank make it happen?


david
Site Admin
Posts: 13568
votes: 52

Well, hopefully Milos will be back sooner than expected, but yeah sounds like he will be gone for well over a month. In this case it was more like too bad he didn't twist his ankle instead.

Quote:
"But if he's not OK, the next guy has to be ready to step up, and that is why we are so deep," Jordan said. "We have a lot of guys who can play. Hopefully he will be OK."

After the game, Rivers said they would activate rookie guard Jawun Evans to replace Teodosic on the roster.

Austin Rivers, who still is trying to find his rhythm after missing all but one game during the exhibition season because of a left glute injury, probably will be back in the starting lineup in place of Teodosic.

Rivers, Patrick Beverley and Lou Williams most likely will play heavy minutes.

Also, rookie guard Sindarius Thornwell will have to be prepared to give that veteran trio some rest.

"As a guard, you can't get in foul trouble now," Beverley said Saturday night. "Our team was made up of two guards in the rotation. It's unfortunate for my brother. � We don't know how long it might be, but we've just got to keep him in prayers and the next man up. So the rookies Jawun, Sindarius, they have to be ready. It's a good opportunity for them.

http://beta.latimes.com/sports/clippers ... story.html

"


Basketball
Clipper Starter
Posts: 356
votes: 1

Very intrigued by the idea of dividing Milos' time among Evans and Thornwell until he comes back. Gives us a chance to develop rookies, something we haven't been able to do in a while, and potentially get some useful playing time from both. I've liked what I've seen from Thornwell so far.


Snafu
Clipper All-Star
Posts: 1091
Location: Los Angeles
votes: 7

I wonder if Jerry will look to make a move. I don't see him as the type to just watch for two months and hope they can survive without a starting pg. Jerry is too competitive to just do nothing. Maybe he'll whisper into Lawrence Frank's ear and pull out some surprise deal.


toohipcliptoslip
CNS MVP X2
Posts: 7592
votes: 53

tense2 wrote:
Sounds like the same injury Pau Gasol had when he played for the Lakers, a torn plantar fascia. I believe he came back in approximately 8 weeks.

Looks like Evans will be thrown into the fire...I hope.

This is the same injury Kaman had.


SamMays
CNS MVP X2
Posts: 5951
votes: 94

Losing Milos will hurt. I would expect Thornwell to take his place in the rotation as the SG, given that Beverly, Austin and Williams are all small guards and can all play the point, though none of them play it especially well.

Evans may get some opportunity, but that would make us a very small backcourt, given the very slight Austin would be our only rotational guard over 6'1". I would start Beverly and Austin with Thornwell and Williams off the pine. Thornwell will get his shot. See if he proves up to the task.


Silasie
CNS MVP X1
Posts: 3602

uk.gif
votes: 7

One and a half games played for your new team and now this, bad luck. Not as bad as Hayward though.


Agent0
CNS MVP X3
Posts: 11707
votes: 98

Snafu wrote:
I wonder if Jerry will look to make a move. I don't see him as the type to just watch for two months and hope they can survive without a starting pg. Jerry is too competitive to just do nothing. Maybe he'll whisper into Lawrence Frank's ear and pull out some surprise deal.
Jerry West is not the GM. He might advise them to make a move or on who they should look at, but Frank is the President, we have a GM and two assistant GM's. That said one of the things we have been saying is that our team is deep, if we have to go pick someone up because of one injury, that negates the whole point of being deep. We already barely had enough minutes for all the guards, doesn't make much sense to go sign someone.


david
Site Admin
Posts: 13568
votes: 52

Milos is now riding a stationary bike, though still no timetable for his return:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/more-s ... ar-AAub10d


tense2
CNS MVP X3
Posts: 14209
votes: 32

Still no details on exactly what type of Plantar Fascia injury he has...partial tear, full tear or what. Hmmm...


cobra
Clipper All-Star
Posts: 1546
votes: 9

I experience this kind (plantar fascia) injury, when I was still active in TKD and it takes 6 months to heal the doctor just give me a pain meds and exercise, and a Dr Schols orthotic insert and it's really hurts to walk after maybe two weeks the pain is gone but when start kicking again the pain came back so I did not practice for like 6 month.


Options Quick Reply: RE: Milos Teodosic Injury Updates/News
register
You are an anonymous user- or .
Quote the last message
Attach signature (signatures can be changed in profile)
Notify me when a reply is posted
Don't Check Spelling
Note: Twitter & Youtube BBCODE Tags are no longer necessary. The system will automatically convert links to tweets & youtube videos.
   
 
Go To the Top of the ThreadGo Home
Post new topic   Reply to topic
register
You are an anonymous user- Register now or Log in Now!


Follow our Clippers Rumors RSS Feed, the LA Clippers News RSS feed, and the Clippers Forum RSS feed to get the newest updated Clippers News and Trade Rumors plus Clippers Game update in your RSS/XML reader!