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KP's elbow sleeve and/or the bursitis may have affected his shot
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KnixinSix
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11/14/2017  12:29 PM

For such a large main with alot of flailing limbs , he takes alot of shots to that elbow (from defenders,falling to the ground etc). Him missing two FTs is quite rare and his shot doesnt look as consistent (tight spin,trajectory etc) as the first 10 games. I don't think it was just an off night.

Something to look out for the rest of the season.

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11/14/2017  12:38 PM
KnixinSix wrote:
For such a large main with alot of flailing limbs , he takes alot of shots to that elbow (from defenders,falling to the ground etc). Him missing two FTs is quite rare and his shot doesnt look as consistent (tight spin,trajectory etc) as the first 10 games. I don't think it was just an off night.

Something to look out for the rest of the season.

100% agree. You could see him adjust and look at his elbow several times. He wasnt the same. Good thing is this is treatable and not a leg.

KP's elbow sleeve and/or the bursitis may have affected his shot

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