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Bobby Portis publicly apologized to Nikola Mirotic Saturday evening, his first comments since fracturing two bones in Mirotic’s face and concussing his teammate with a punch during a practice altercation on Tuesday.
Our faces have all become stuck, a nation of concussed and bewildered morons absorbing the news piece by piece, stroking our chins pensively trying to make sense of information hell.
But when your child suffers a head injury playing a sport – or, worst case, your husband/father/son is concussed repeatedly and contracts CTE – science becomes all that matters.
After all, the point of boxing is to concuss the opponent, to knock him down and out.
So this week’s calls from lawmakers and policy wonks to arm Ukraine are a sign that the Trump and Russia scandals have concussed our political class.
Ajayi had never been concussed before T.J. McDonald hit him in a thudding period on Aug. 1.
Griffin suffered knee injuries in 2012 and 2013, dislocated his ankle in 2014, was concussed in a 2015 preseason game and fractured a bone in his left shoulder in 2016.
The festive crowd grew silent as an ambulance entered the field through the right-field gate and took the concussed, immobilized Choi to the hospital.
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