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The Tigers were left further shorthanded last month when starting forward Anfernee McLemore dislocated his ankle, fractured his tibia and tore ligaments in his ankle on the road against South Carolina, ending his season.
Conley’s tibia fracture will heal, but stress injuries heal slowly.
Rodney McGruder made his season debut after missing the first 60 games following surgery on his left tibia.
Charlottean Seth Curry practiced patience the past few months, hoping the stress reaction in his left tibia would heal naturally in time to help the Dallas Mavericks this season.
The Mavericks’ shooting guard will undergo season-ending surgery to repair a left tibia fracture, sources told ESPN’s Gene Wojnarowski.
As Coleman returns from a broken, James McCarthy is unfortunately just beginning his recovery after suffering a broke tibia and fibula during a recent collision with West Brom Salomon Rondon.
Auburn played most of the game without starting forward Anfernee McLemore, who dislocated his left ankle and fractured his tibia in a gruesome-looking injury at the end of the first half.
Although Waiters wont play again until next season following January ankle surgery, McGruder, who started 65 games as a rookie last year, practiced with the team for the first time on Monday since fracturing his tibia in the preseason.
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First Known Use: circa 1706See Words from the same year
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