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There’s nothing like an injury to rock your fantasy team, and when it’s the 14 points, 14 rebounds production of Anderson Varejao that goes by the wayside, you have to find a replacement. Tristan Thompson should continue to see the bulk of minutes. Here is some other news from the M*A*S*H unit, and see if you notice a pattern:
Lou Williams – After having a good season as a bench player, he tore a ligament in his right knee and he will miss the remainder of the season. With Atlanta dealing with all kinds of health problems, John Jenkins saw increased minutes and could work his way into a more prominent role.
Byron Mullens – Coach Mine Dunlap said Mullens is a “long way away,” which we will take to mean the end of February. There is no timetable for his return. Bismack Biyombo will continue to start at Center.
Derrick Rose – He looks to begin full contact practice next week. All this means is he is right on track.
Andrew Bogut – Ran full-court sprints which, as a Center, he rarely doe...
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As predicted, Anderson Varejao's injury, originally diagnosed as a bruised knee, was far worse than the Cleveland Cavaliers thought. He had actually suffered a torn muscle in his quadriceps near the knee. Varejao underwent surgery for the injury, but Varejao suffered a blood clot in his lung after surgery. He remains hospitalized.The Cavaliers have announced that Varejao...
The Cleveland Cavaliers may have had a rough stretch of games out west, and while it may not exactly be leading to a significant difference in the win column, the Wine and Gold have been playing markedly better when on the floor. Let’s take a look…
Cavs’ efficiency in first 28 games (record: 5-23): 99.1-105.9 (-6.8)
Cavs’ efficiency in last 15 games (record: 6-9): 102.9...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao will miss the rest of the season because of a blood clot in his lung.
The team said Monday that he is expected to fully recover but will need to take blood thinners for about three months. Varejao has been in the hospital since Thursday and will likely remain there for several more days of treatment.
The 6-foot-11 Brazilian was...
The injury is a major blow to both the Cavs and Varejao: The Cavs, because he is their best frontcourt player by far and himself, because prior to the injury, he was having a ridiculous career year and was probably headed to an All-Star appearance
Some bad news was released yesterday for one of the more up-and-coming bigmen in the NBA.
Anderson Varejao, who is averaging...
The Cleveland Cavaliers announced today that Anderson Varejao developed a blood clot Thursday and will miss the rest of the season. According to the NBA, the Cavs center recently developed a blood clot (small right lower lung pulmonary embolism) and was admitted to the Cleveland Clinic last Thursday (January 17th). He is currently being treated with blood thinners (anticoagulants...
Anderson Varejao's season is lost. The Cavs announced Monday that the center developed a blood clot in his lung and was admitted into the Cleveland Clinic last Thursday.
"He is being treated with blood thinners (anticoagulants) and is expected
to stay at the Clinic for several days, while undergoing treatment and
observation," the team's website reported...
Cleveland Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao is out for the season after recently developing a blood clot, the team announced Monday. Varejao was admitted to the Cleveland Clinic on Thursday with a small right lower lung pulmonary embolism. He is expected to fully recover, but he is being treated with blood thinners. He will continue the treatment and be examined at the hospital...
Anderson Varejao will need to remain on blood thinning medication for approximately three months.
Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao will miss the rest of the
season because of a blood clot in his lung.
The Cavs injury woes continue.