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c71
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"Load management: The phenomenon"


  

          

Yep, I'm sort of not sure about this but....

Kawhi responded to physical problems with the Spurs with a demand for "load management", Kawhi got load management from the Raptors, that worked (won the finals)....

So.....


Will most top players demand load management too...in light of Kawhi being proved "right"?


The more I listen to the sports commentators, they keep attributing seeming ALL injuries (Lebron, KD) to stars being "overplayed" seeming week after week, so.....

and....

Is there any way the GM's, coaches, can stop top players from getting "load management" now?

  

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the Spurs already do load management
Jun 14th 2019
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If Kawhi's load management has an extent that is "extra"
Jun 14th 2019
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      I'm going to sound crazy, but different people need different things.
Jun 14th 2019
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           One of the commentators I just listened to brought up
Jun 14th 2019
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                I hear you, don't disagree
Jun 14th 2019
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                     Kawhi has put another step in the revolution of players controlling
Jun 15th 2019
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Rjcc
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1. "the Spurs already do load management"
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LeBron's done it for years.

Golden State was already doing it.

not to the extent that kawhi did, but kawhi has had problems with tendinitis that cut short his *rookie season*


www.engadgethd.com - the other stuff i'm looking at

  

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c71
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Fri Jun-14-19 08:09 PM

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2. "If Kawhi's load management has an extent that is "extra""
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is the Spurs, Lebron's and Golden State's "load management" barely.....anything.....when compared to Kawhi's "load management"?


Sort of like my studying in Law School compared to those who actually completed law school...do I deserve to even compare my amount of "studying" to theirs?

  

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3. "I'm going to sound crazy, but different people need different things. "
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c71
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4. "One of the commentators I just listened to brought up"
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Fri Jun-14-19 09:50 PM by c71

  

          

how many stars like KD and Lebron keep getting put in game after game for 40+ minutes....


that sounds very different than what Kawhi just got with his load management


so.....


Different people may need different things but....Kawhi just got a title with his thing...so....it would be pretty strange if no other top player would not be "influenced" by that kind of success.


yep

  

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5. "I hear you, don't disagree"
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>Different people may need different things but....Kawhi just
>got a title with his thing...so....it would be pretty strange
>if no other top player would not be "influenced" by that kind
>of success.

Kawhi's control over his body hopefully changes how
athletes treat their bodies

The key reason Kawhi's situation so big is that he
had an open conflict with his team over his injury.
his team openly said he lied

But I think Lebron James is really the modern
basketball player who set the trend on this. This is part
of why those 8 Finals in a row is so legendary: it is
incredibly hard to play that late into the year every year


  

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B.J.S.301
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Sat Jun-15-19 06:47 AM

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6. "Kawhi has put another step in the revolution of players controlling"
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their destiny. Players having much more control over their bodies and health. It's such a good thing to watch.

LeBron is still the pioneer of it all, but Kawhi putting another step to it is definitely refreshing.

  

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