In the NBA, it is a common phenomenon that players are injured. Every season, players miss the game because of various injuries. Some people are accidentally injured by their opponents in the game, and some are accidentally injured in training. However, there are still many wonderful injuries in the NBA. In this issue, we will take stock of the top ten wonderful injuries in the NBA.
Tenth place, Gerald Wilkins: Gerald Wilkins is the younger brother of Dominic Wilkins, the essence of human film. Once, after hearing the jokes told by his teammates, Wilkins stamped his feet with laughter, and then paid the price of pulling his thigh muscles, which became a veritable leg cramp.
Ninth place, Eddie Curry: One day, while walking in the team’s morning free shooting, Eddie Curry sprained his left ankle badly and missed the game. In a training session, Eddie Curry sat on a huge blue fitness ball. The fitness ball couldn’t bear the burden of that weight and silently chose to blow itself up, so Eddie Curry fell and injured his wrist and joint. Such a wonderful injury, Curry has many times. Dude, please respect yourself.
Eighth place, Stoudemire, after the Knicks lost to the Heat in a game in 2012, Knicks player Stoudemire had nowhere to vent his anger. When he walked into the player’s aisle after the game, Stoudemire saw the fire extinguisher on the wall, so he punched the fire extinguisher, resulting in a left hand injury and stitches, and missed the game for a week.
Seventh place, Larry Bird: Bird is one of the greatest small forwards in history, but his back injury at the end of his career made him retire after only playing for 12 years. In the offseason in 1985, Byrd insisted on building a driveway for his mother’s house. All day’s hard work overwhelmed his back and eventually led to dislocation of his spine. Basically, he suffered from back injuries for the last seven years of his career.
Sixth place, Chad Driss, for fans, all the players who can play in the NBA belong to celebrities. For ordinary people, these players are strong men, but for "good friends of mankind" dogs, these players can only be divided into biting and not biting, and their height reaches 2.03 meters. Chad Driss, a small forward who played for the Hawks at the beginning of his career, made himself not handsome when he was feeding his dog.
Fifth place, Nowitzki, as the greatest foreign player in history, never lost to anyone in terms of strangeness of injury. Before a game, King Nuo, who had finished tying his shoelaces, habitually stamped his feet to see if his shoelaces were tied and his shoes were comfortable. But who would have thought that it was these stamping feet that led to the recurrence of King Nuo’s foot injury, and finally he had to take off his shoes he had just put on and go back to the dressing room for treatment.
Fourth, Jordan, who wanted to taste cigars in 1993, almost cut off his index finger, but even so, the tendon of his right index finger was permanently damaged, which made his right index finger unable to bend. Later, after a long period of exercise, Jordan finally got used to his fingers that could not bend. God is always a god, even so, Jordan still can’t stop in the next game, leading the bulls to the second three consecutive championships.
Third, Buckley, sometimes, because of his carelessness, may also cause some ridiculous injuries. In the past, when Buckley, the flying pig, went to a concert, he needed to rub his eyes because the lights on the scene were too dazzling. However, I didn’t expect that there was still hand cream left in his injury. This rubbing directly rubbed the hand cream on his eyes, causing burns to his cornea, which took three weeks to cure. Although Buckley was injured and the fans were very distressed, it must be said that Buckley is really a delicate man, and he always carries hand cream with him when he goes to a concert.
Second place, Artest, speaking of Artest, in the impression of fans, he is a cruel and tough guy. Hans Blue once intended to turn around and spray the opponent after being fouled, but when he saw that it was Artest, he immediately became timid, which shows what kind of "murderous" he has in the league. However, such a vicious person has also had very wonderful things. However, after the Lakers lost to the Cavaliers in the Christmas War, Artest tripped over a box at home and fell down the stairs, causing injuries to his head and left elbow, and needed stitches. Subsequently, he was diagnosed with a concussion, so he missed several games. But for him, it’s not a big problem. After his comeback, he helped the Lakers win the championship successfully that season.
Number one, Chuck Hayes, what’s it like to get an electric shock? It is estimated that no one can make it clear, and I believe that no one is willing to try another kind of electric shock except the one between men and women. After all, as a normal person, no one is willing to experience this dangerous feeling of direct dialogue with death, but Hayes, the shortest center in NBA history, really embodies a "feeling of electric shock." Hayes participated in the charity competition organized by McGrady during his time with the Rockets. During the break, Hayes, who was thirsty, came to the water dispenser and wanted to drink a glass of water. No one expected that the power of the water dispenser was leaking, and Hayes was shocked by electricity. If it was not rescued in time, the short center with excellent defense would go to hell or heaven to continue his career.