If by any chance you haven't already seen Paul George break his leg, and you are not really into watching people horribly injure themselves, save yourself some mental scarring and don't watch it.

I definitely regret seeing it.

Basketball supports suddenly fill me with a distinct uneasiness, and I find myself feeling grateful for my own lack of hops.

It's a painful irony that an injury like this required George's otherworldly athleticism. I can only hope that one day he is able to reach those same heights again.

Sorry to the Pacers fans out there. This has been an amazingly shitty offseason so far.
20 Comments:
Anonymous Anonymous said...
should have listened to you...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
rest in peacers

Blogger Savio said...
Time to call it a career, Bawful.

Blogger NBA cares..... said...
Durant out for two months, broken foot.
Time to wake from hibernation, Bawful.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Steve Nash hurts back carrying bags.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Remember what a joy the Pickup Diaries posts were to read? Ah, the good ol' days!

Blogger NBA cares..... said...
Steve Nash,out for the year. 4 draft picks & 29 million bucks later,ouch.

Blogger dukhomia said...
Ever since “The King” step foot in an NBA arena, he was handed the key to a franchise immediately. At a mere 18 years old, ‘Bron was playing almost 40 minutes a night with Carlos Boozer, Zydrunas Ilgauskas, and Jeff McInnis. His workload hasn’t come down ever since and his fewest MPG average came this season in his second go-around at Cleveland. At 37.5 minutes, that is hardly a break.
fantasy basketball 101

Blogger dukhomia said...
One-time All-Star DeMar DeRozan is set to return next week after missing a month and a half because of a groin injury. He couldn’t have chosen a better time with the Raptors playing all four games at home against the likes of Philadelphia and Detroit. If an owner is foolish and impatient enough to let DeRozan go, snag him up before it’s too late.
fantasy basketball 101

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Are you guys coming back?

Anonymous Dan said...
I still have u bookmarked for some reason bawful. It's inevitable that this blog's site will expired. Why don't you give us fans a proper send off? You've kept me entertained during my years abroad and I checked this site daily and I am thankful for that. Hope to see an appropriate goodbye soon..

Blogger NBA cares..... said...
Lakers -Knicks tonight,battle of the tankathon......May the worst team lose.

Blogger bsdrat said...
http://www.theplayerstribune.com/steve-nash-retirement/

Anonymous Anonymous said...
This site is DEAD. R.I.P BAWFUL

Anonymous Anonymous said...
this blog should be retired like nash did

Anonymous Anonymous said...
damn we miss basketbawful

Anonymous George said...
RIP - the greatest sports blog ever. Thanks for the fond memories Basketbawful. You will never be forgotten

Blogger eh.whatever said...
man, what happened here guys? is everyone alright? i remember coming here everyday for the Worst of the Night or McHale's stories. wanted to make sure y'all are still alive and kicking since it's been over a year.

Anonymous Don Paco said...
Still missing the Bawful!

Blogger senormedia said...
I just came by here on the first day of NBA 2015-16 to cry out for the return of Basketbawful.

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