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RUSH for Three says Owen
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http://www.kusports.com/news/mens_basketball/story/109042

Stressline factor for David Padgett.

The 6-foot-11, 230-pound Padgett has been diagnosed with "the early stages of a second metatarsal stress fracture," meaning rest should take care of the problem and prevent a full-blown stress fracture from breaking out.
Coincidentally, Michael Lee, who has missed the past nine games because of a broken collarbone, practiced with contact Friday and is expected to play Wednesday.

"Mike's looked good," Self said. "His timing is not great, yet he's further along than I thought he'd be. There's not as much rust as I thought."

Self had hoped Lee's return would solidify an eight or nine-man rotation.

"We thought we'd be whole by now," Self said. "We've certainly delayed that."
 

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yeah but Padgett is not missing any big games, so this can rest him for a bit, which is good, these next teams comming up really do not test the JAYHAWKS too much.

Plus it can get lee back into the flow.
 

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Yknow, this may be a good chance for Graves to learn not to foul out. Outside of foul trouble, which is a pretty big deal I guess, he's played as well as he can play in the past few games.
 

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Originally posted by <b>kcchiefs-fan</b>!
As long as it doesn't turn into a full-scale stress fracture, it's not a big deal.
I know it is not a big deal, but it sucks that he won't be playing though
 
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