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Is Anthony Davis the next Andrew Bynum?

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He has loads of talent but continues to get injured.

Obviously, I hope he gets healthy and is NOT the next Andrew Bynum, but does anybody see the similariites?

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Davis came into the league at 19-20

Bynum came into the league at 17

Davis has a higher ceiling as well and is NOT even close to as injury prone

One injury for two weeks and people think he's Andrew Bynum lol

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Terrible comparison. Injuries wise, Davis hasn't been injured as much... he's healthier and will probably be healthier. No he won't be like Bynum because he's more mature, he cares about basketball

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hugh

AD isn't injury prone.

In a tight situation...i choose the afro over the unibrow

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Davis is miles above him. The amount of recent injuries have me wondering...

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No similarities at all between the two, expect that both are big men. Davis came in as the No.1 pick after one of the greatest freshmen seasons of all time and although has been out in quite a decent number of games, he has shown excellence from the get go. Additionally, he's a defensive minded player whereas Andrew is the opposite.

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Same sh!t again.

When a player gets injured he suddenly becomes injury-prone.

Rose had lost about 5 games (6 actually) in his first 3 seasons and then in the 4th he had an unlucky streak of injuries and he suddenly is injury-prone.

People even said that for Howard last year who's an iron-man.

I can picture people calling Westbrook injury-prone as well if he has an injury (if that ever happens, lol)...

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Even an ugly concubine gets to see more action then Davis. IJS.

Same sh!t again.

When a player gets injured he suddenly becomes injury-prone.

Rose had lost about 5 games in his first 3 seasons and then in the 4th he had an unlucky streak of injuries and he suddenly is injury-prone.

People even said that for Howard last year who's an iron-man.

I can picture people calling Westbrook injury-prone as well if he has an injury (if that ever happens, lol)...

Yeah, Imma drop some knowledge. Jordan had a broken foot early on his career. Did that mean he was injury prone the rest of his career, no.
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Same sh!t again.

When a player gets injured he suddenly becomes injury-prone.

Rose had lost about 5 games (6 actually) in his first 3 seasons and then in the 4th he had an unlucky streak of injuries and he suddenly is injury-prone.

People even said that for Howard last year who's an iron-man.

I can picture people calling Westbrook injury-prone as well if he has an injury (if that ever happens, lol)...

Well, I think the nod to Derrick Rose is wrong, because I think its acceptable to question if he'll come back and be injury prone. It has nothing to do with those other minor injuries he had, it has to do with the factor that he tore a ligament in his knee, which can really cause future issues even once fully healed. Rose will be an interesting case.

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Well, I think the nod to Derrick Rose is wrong, because I think its acceptable to question if he'll come back and be injury prone. It has nothing to do with those other minor injuries he had, it has to do with the factor that he tore a ligament in his knee, which can really cause future issues even once fully healed. Rose will be an interesting case.

No, I don't think that a serious injury can make you from iron-man, injury prone.

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He has loads of talent but continues to get injured.

Obviously, I hope he gets healthy and is NOT the next Andrew Bynum, but does anybody see the similariites?

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No, I don't think that a serious injury can make you from iron-man, injury prone.

Its not about getting an injury, its about WHERE the injury is. Major knee injuries have a long history in the NBA of repeating themselves.

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Its not about getting an injury, its about WHERE the injury is. Major knee injuries have a long history in the NBA of repeating themselves.

Not a recent incident though (I think).

Blake is all right.

You can't call Rose injury-prone IMO. He's still a great athlete and with modern day treatments and advanced knowledge, I don't think there will be any problem. He'll return when he's 100%, so, I don't think it can be a problem.

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Not a recent incident though (I think).

Blake is all right.

You can't call Rose injury-prone IMO. He's still a great athlete and with modern day treatments and advanced knowledge, I don't think there will be any problem. He'll return when he's 100%, so, I don't think it can be a problem.

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I'm not calling Rose injury-prone, I'm saying he COULD return injury prone.

Griffin is one example of a guy that has played now what a season and a half? Not a good enough sample size IMO, but still you may be right and I hope you are right. I love Derrick Rose.

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