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A new deal after this season

Post by james21 on Sun Nov 07, 2010 7:59 am

Jordan shoes Morway said Hansbrough isn't suffering any lingering effects from the concussion, suffered in December of last season. Coach Jim O'Brien had thought last year that Hansbrough may have been suffering from Post-Concussion Syndrome, after the vertigo showed no signs of abating. For weeks, Hansbrough continued having dizzy spells, problems with lights, bad headaches and nausea. But those symptoms have dissipated.
Air jordan shoes Concussions and their effects have become a big issue in all sports, and Hansbrough suffered a couple of concussions while he was an All-American at North Carolina. But the Pacers' doctors were more concerned with the infection that they believe led to the vertigo. Hansbrough has been OK the last few weeks, though, and Indiana would love to have him back on the court to take over at power forward, which is currently being manned by Josh McRoberts after the Pacers dealt Troy Murphy to the Nets in the offseason. Last season, opposing teams shot seven more free throws per game than the Pacers, and they've been getting bludgeoned on the glass during the preseason, with Dwight Howard doing damage last week. Indiana hopes a healthy 6-foot-9 Hansbrough will help make up some of that difference.
Nike Air Jordan The rumors about Tony Parker's future -- or lack of future -- in San Antonio all have seemed to center on Parker's supposed desire to leave, a desire that he has continued to deny at every turn. But what's left out of the discussion is that the Spurs also have a decision to make on whether to give the 28-year-old Parker a new deal after this season, when he becomes a free agent. San Antonio may carry as few as 13 players -- the minimum allowed -- on its active roster this season instead of the 15 allowed in order to save some money, so financial considerations are always a part of the team's decision-making plans.
Air Jordans But Parker's case is different than a benchwarmer's, obviously. Even though Gregg Popovich has a soft spot for third-year guard George Hill, Parker has proven himself as a major part of the Spurs' championship runs ever since Popovich made a then-19-year-old Parker the starter during his rookie season in 2001. Plus, Parker made a commitment to San Antonio in the offseason, declining to play for France in the World Championships. He's lifting weights regularly for the first time in a long time and working on his shot. As a result, he came to camp much stronger and has been terrific so far.

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