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Chris Douglas-Roberts: His eye looks gross

| October 26, 2010

Category: Injury Report

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Chris Douglas-Roberts Tweeted this picture of his eye before having surgery on it.

Chris Douglas-Roberts reportedly suffered a poke in the eye in practice the other day.  Upon it first being reported, there was some concern that he would miss Wednesday’s game, but now things are looking far worse than that.  As he so often does, Douglas-Roberts took to Twitter with news earlier today.

I went thru hell 2day.Got eye surgery.Lucky though b/c if I were a day or two late I could’ve lost my vision.Cant play hoop for a MONTH. :-( Three needles shot under my eye.I was awake the whole time.Shii scared me.They said my career was almost ova.Wouldve been blind in that eye”

So much for Wednesday.  Initial rumblings were that CD-R would have to wear protective glasses and would return relatively soon, a month is not very soon.  For a team just getting back John Salmons, losing CD-R puts a noticeable dent in their guard rotation.  After last Friday’s game, I spoke with Keyon Dooling about playing the two so regularly this pre-season and he said it was something he was doing more out of necessity than anything else.  It’s nothing he doesn’t feel comfortable with though.

“Any time I’m on the court I’m comfortable,” he said.  “I won’t put any limitations on myself.  I see myself as a combo guard anyway, wherever I can get minutes, I’m not going to complain about it.”

I’d expect both Dooling and Carlos Delfino to see some extra minutes at the shooting guard slot while Douglas-Roberts is out.

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  1. Bhlng says:

    This is really too bad! I was really looking forward to watching CDR in the first few games of the season (specifically to see how he transitioned from preseason – he was playing some pretty good ball the last couple games). I’m really disappointed by this!
    Where injuries will always be a factor to some degree, it’s been frustrating to see all of the injury problems the Bucks are facing so early on.