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    Default Recovery continues: Ford will miss the start of the season

    Friday, September 10, 2004

    MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee Bucks point guard T.J. Ford will not be able to practice when training camp opens Oct. 4 because he has not fully recovered from surgery on his bruised spinal cord. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    hopefully for miluawkee he gets better that kid has alot of potential

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    yeah , hes a great future player but it´s a long injury . hope he recovers in good condition because some players comeback of injurys and then have anothers ones from the last and the career it´s over like grant hill , todd mculock...

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    that really stinks i really wanted to see this guy. i saw the few games he played and i liked what he did. its a shame

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    I can't forget his 360 lay-up this season. It's been on the top 10 rookie plays. Sick.
    Yeah, I also look forward to see that guy play. He's got game. Not like Stephon but still he's talented.

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    i hope this doesn't become a trend.. first it was Jay Williams, now it's TJ Ford.. both of whom were outstanding rookies whose futures are now in question..

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    Well it's different for Ford. Jay is done but Ford is still an option. It's just a regular injurie for Ford while Jay'd probably never play again. But still it's a bad trend (if it's a trend).
    ps: Nick Collison, remember? Michael Jordan '86?
    It's kinda curse for talented rookies...

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