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The video of the Indiana Pacers’ Paul George laying on the floor in immense pain was hard to watch. Even more difficult was seeing the replay of the injury in which George’s leg got caught up in the support of the basketball goal, resulting in his lower leg snapping to a 90 degree angle.
The compound fracture of both his fibula and tibia made most who saw it on television sick to their stomachs. I can only imagine how it looked or sounded to those on or near the floor at the time.
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