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Buff Bites: Dinwiddie, Fletcher have successful surgeries

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  1. RSSBot

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    By Jon Woods

    Your source for Buffs news and opinion from around the web. Buffs Basketball! Colorado men's basketball: Dinwiddie, Fletcher have surgery Monday - Buffzone Dinwiddie, the Buffs' standout junior point guard, is out for the season. Fletcher, a true freshman reserve, was originally expected to miss six-to-eight weeks, but it's possible he could be back sooner than that. "We hope so,"...

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  2. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Did Fletcher need surgery? If so, I had completely missed that.

    Anyway, good news from the article is that Fletch could be back on the court ahead of that 6-8 week original timeline.
     
  3. BehindEnemyLines

    BehindEnemyLines beware the habu Club Member

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    I think a bunch of us missed that. This was the first I heard that his injury required surgery.

    News about potentially returning earlier than expected is good, tho.
     
  4. 89Buff

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    Dr. Vidal is a great guy & an even better surgeon. He worked on my daughter's elbow from overuse in competative gymnastics. It was a crazy 2 part surgery where a piece of bone had to be removed and then 7 holes were drilled in the bone along the bicep so that the marrow could regenrerate cells to the cartaliage in the joint that had been reduced to the point where she basically had bone-on-bone. She was competing in less than 6 months & a year and a half later, she's back to full strength.
     
  5. Goose

    Goose Hoops Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    Doc Vidal did my shoulder too. Can second the fact he's a good guy. And my shoulder is still attached, so he must know what he's doing.
     
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    Scotch Registered User Club Member Junta Member

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    Hopefully it wasn't the same guy who operated on Gallinari
     
  7. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    What is this "Healing Response" surgery that Galinari had as an alternative to regular ACL surgery? I sure as hell hope that Spencer didn't opt for that.
     
  8. nolabuff

    nolabuff Club Member Club Member

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    What exactly was Fletcher's injury? I didn't realize he needed surgery either.
     
  9. Zachsquatch

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    Torn meniscus I believe. We need him something awful right now so I hope he can make an early (as long as it is the smart thing to do) comeback.
     
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    Are there any other knee surgeries that would take so little time for recovery?
     

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