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Karine Grigoryan

12-06-2019 | 18:47 Basketball

Golfer Tiger Woods speaks out on Kevin Durant injury

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Kevin Durant made his comeback from a calf injury in the Game 5 of NBA Finals against Toronto Raptors. However he left in the second quarter of Golden State Warriors' 106-105 win due to suspected Achilles injury. A lot of players have shown their sympathy towards the basketball star and golfer Tiger Woods was one of them. Woods himself knows were well how it is like to be sidelined because of an injury. “It was sad,” said Woods, during his U.S. Open pre-tournament media conference. “As athletes we’ve all been there, to that spot when you just know it, that something just went, and can’t move, can’t do much of anything. You can see it on his face. You just know." “I’ve been there. I’ve had it to my own Achilles," continued Woods. “I’ve had it to my own back. I know what it feels like. It’s an awful feeling. And no one can help you. That’s the hard part.” “If he popped it, then that’s six to nine months of rehabbing. That’s what people don’t see, is all those long hours that really do suck. Why do we do it? Because we’re competitors. “As athletes our job is to make the human body do something it was never meant to do and to do it efficiently and better than anybody who is doing it at the same time. “Well, sometimes things go awry. And we saw it last night with Kevin.” 
via the Japan times

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