Georgia returns home after beefing up NCAA credentials

 ATHENS — Sometimes you learn more from a loss than you do a win. In the case of Georgia basketball’s one loss so far this season, to San Diego State on Nov. 24, the loss taught head coach Mark Fox something about his team. They didn’t like to lose. “I think our players were unhappy losing a game,” Fox said Monday. “So, the fact that they were disappointed in the first loss...
Via Dawg Nation
7 days ago

Georgia basketball injury update: Juwan Parker

ATHENS — Juwan Parker, the third-leading scorer this past season for the Georgia men’s basketball team, had surgery to repair the Achilles in his right leg on Tuesday. It was the player’s second such injury in three years. This surgery was on a different leg. Parker missed the entire 2015-16 season after recovering from Achilles surgery on his left leg. He returned to be injury-free...
Via Dawg Nation
March 23, 2017

Georgia basketball injury update: Juwan Parker

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Via SEC Country
March 23, 2017

Georgia basketball: Juwan Parker past his injury and becoming a leader

After missing all of the 2015-16 season, redshirt junior Juwan Parker returned to the court for Georgia basketball this season and has improved ever since. Since the beginning of the season the question around the Georgia basketball...
Via Dawn of the Dawg
January 23, 2017

Towers’ Take: Juwan Parker finally taking flight for Dogs

ATHENS – Juwan Parker can’t remember which game it was or exactly what opposing player said it. But he hasn’t forgotten what was said. He took it to heart. Georgia’s redshirt junior guard rose up early in a game and launched a 3-pointer. It clanged harmlessly off the rim and was quickly snatched away by the defense. “The kid told me ‘that’s what we want you to do,’” Parker recalled...
Via Dawg Nation
January 18, 2017

Georgia’s Parker says ‘miscommunication’ led to his Achilles not healing

ATHENS — This time last year, Juwan Parker was expecting to be as good as new, his surgically-repaired Achilles a problem that had been fixed. He would help his team get back to the NCAA tournament. He didn’t end up playing a single game. The Achilles wasn’t better, it turned out, and Parker took a medical redshirt, watching his Georgia men’s basketball team miss out on the NCAAs...
Via Dawg Nation
July 28, 2016

Georgia's Juwan Parker granted medical redshirt

ATHENS, Ga. (AP) Georgia guard Juwan Parker has been awarded a medical redshirt, leaving him with two years of eligibility, after missing the 2015-16 season with a partially torn Achilles tendon. Parker, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, played in Georgia's exhibition game against Armstrong State but missed the regular season. He originally suffered the injury in the 2014-15 season, when...
Via Associated Press
May 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Georgia's Gaines, Parker have valuable extra recovery time

ATLANTA (AP) Georgia's reward for the No. 3 seed in the Southeastern Conference tournament is extra recovery time for injured guards Kenny Gaines and Juwan Parker. With a double-bye in the tournament, Georgia is off until Friday night. Coach Mark Fox said Monday he's not sure the extra rest will be enough to have Gaines and Parker ready for the postseason. Gaines, the Bulldogs'...
Via Associated Press
March 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Georgia Basketball: Journey to the tourney series

The Georgia Men’s basketball team has had a rough go of it in the past couple of weeks. After winning five straight SEC contests and jumping into second place in the league, the Bulldogs have unsuccessfully battled the injury bug and dropped their last two on the road bringing them to 14-7 (5-4 SEC). It all started when Kenny Paul Geno, a sophomore getting rotational bench minutes...
Via isportsweb.com
February 05, 2015  |  Discuss

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