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PostPosted: 02/16/17 12:00 pm    ::: UMMC Ekaterinburg (RUS) vs Nadezhda (RUS) - 2/16/17 Reply Reply with quote

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This was a hell of a good basketball game. Nice to see Zahui tear it up. She was really, really good. Impressed with Nadezhda's non-WNBA perimeter players too. And Williams looked really good against Griner. Hopefully Toliver's injury, which appeared to be an ankle, is minor.



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Toliver was out there congratulating her teammates after the game. Her ankle was wrapped and she was limping, but nobody seemed too concerned. It did look pretty scary at first because there was virtually no contact other than a light hand-check. Those non-contact injuries are usually the worst. Hopefully, what we saw at the end was a good sign.



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PostPosted: 02/17/17 7:26 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Toliver was out there congratulating her teammates after the game. Her ankle was wrapped and she was limping, but nobody seemed too concerned. It did look pretty scary at first because there was virtually no contact other than a light hand-check. Those non-contact injuries are usually the worst. Hopefully, what we saw at the end was a good sign.


Toliver stood on Ouvina s right foot. Thats why she went down. Luckily her ankle didnt go all the way



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PostPosted: 02/17/17 8:10 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Michelle89 wrote:
root_thing wrote:
Toliver was out there congratulating her teammates after the game. Her ankle was wrapped and she was limping, but nobody seemed too concerned. It did look pretty scary at first because there was virtually no contact other than a light hand-check. Those non-contact injuries are usually the worst. Hopefully, what we saw at the end was a good sign.


Toliver stood on Ouvina s right foot. Thats why she went down. Luckily her ankle didnt go all the way


OK, I see it on the side replay. Toliver steps on the outside of Ouvina's foot -- sort of a glancing blow that doesn't keep either player from continuing to move.



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PostPosted: 02/19/17 9:27 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Has Zahui B always had that outside shot or is that something new she developed recently? She had a nice game!


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PostPosted: 02/19/17 9:54 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Has Zahui B always had that outside shot or is that something new she developed recently? She had a nice game!


It's been building momentum. She was 1-3 her RS freshman year and 6-23 her second and final year as a Gopher.

In the WNBA, 12-36 as a Shock player; 3-16 as a Liberty player. Looks like the Libs understandably wanted to see that part of her game disappear, but I'm guessing they might reconsider this season. Smile



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