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LeBron facing elbow niggle

CLEVELAND, April 29 – LeBron James, who capped Cleveland's NBA playoff game Tuesday by lobbing up free throws with his left hand, will undergo more tests to try and pinpoint the extent of a puzzling right elbow injury.The Cavaliers had the day off Wednesday which allowed James to rest up and get treatment on the elbow. James is also expected to get more tests done before Saturday’s opening game in their quarter-final playoff series against the Boston Celtics.

"I don’t know, honestly, what’s going on with it," James said after Cleveland’s series-clinching game five win. "I’ve done tests to try and figure this thing out, but it almost feels like you hit your funny bone and it kind of numbs up for a little bit.

"It bothers me more because I don’t actually know what it is. I’ve never had a problem with my elbow before."

Cleveland eliminated Chicago on Tuesday with a 96-94 win in a game in which James missed a left-handed free throw in the last minute.

A Cleveland spokesman said the team would provide a medical update on James as soon as they have it.

James revealed after Tuesday’s win that the injury had been bothering him for some time and that was the reason he wore a protective sleeve over it during the game. X-rays and an MRI taken on Monday showed no obvious structural damage.

James doesn’t think it is serious or will be a long-term problem.

"We will figure it out. I don’t know exactly when it happened. But it’s been going on for a few weeks. Hopefully it doesn’t continue to bother me," he said.

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8 Comments

8 Comments

  1. SALIM JIVA

    February 16, 2015 at 11:15 am

    With this off the air situation, the common mwananchi doesn’t know what’s happening in the country. They have been deprived of the daily on goings. Surprisingly the leaders, Cabinet secretaries, MPs, Governors, Senators , etc have now been deprived of their nation building activities not being followed by the wananchi. The CA has finally gagged the media completely. Where are we heading to? The Executive should come in and save the day. It’s a shame tthat the Executive is called in all the time to sort out the mess created by a few individuals . Such individuals should be sacked immediately.

    • Irene Njoki

      February 19, 2015 at 6:42 am

      KBC K24 CNN BBC SIGNET YOUTH SIGNET WTV BAMBA AND SO ON are airing news so nobody is being deprived of anything sisi tuko digitali

  2. Gathii

    February 16, 2015 at 3:59 pm

    And where were you when the CA was issuing the calendar for digital migration across the country? Or did you think it did not apply to you? Isn’t that impunity?
    I rest my case. I for one will not miss you. Adios.

  3. Gathii

    February 16, 2015 at 4:01 pm

    The communication to comply with the digital migration calendar by 13th February 2015 is now a threat? Are you above the law?

  4. Paul

    February 16, 2015 at 5:09 pm

    These guys got to learn that we don’t need them, they need us. Its not like we don’t have options! Tow the line or if its too hot get out of the kitchen!

  5. Gilbert

    February 18, 2015 at 3:38 pm

    Why are people not reading from the forth paragraph..this statement “The forceful shutdown of analogue broadcasting was clearly calculated at
    forcing the three media houses to avail their signal for distribution
    by the government-owned Signet and the government’s preferred
    Chinese-owned distributor Pan Africa Group PANG that also operates Pay
    TV service StarTimes.” I believe if I make my programs let me broadcast them as well… why should some make money out of my sweat!

    • Irene Njoki

      February 19, 2015 at 6:37 am

      the media had five years five years ohhh wat did the do nothing…..by the way kbc is fun just watched sundowner yesterday …

  6. Vincent Opiyo

    March 4, 2015 at 8:27 am

    I don’t care. As long as I get the services I pay Zuku for. And that includes these four station that are now yammering to a wall. Go digital and spare us all the whining! I need to get value for money.

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