Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Senior James Keefe Out At Least 2-3 Weeks

By Bruin Basketball Report

UCLA senior forward James Keefe suffered a dislocated left shoulder midway through the first half of the Bruins' 100-68 home win over New Mexico State on Dec. 15. 

Keefe's x-rays were negative today but he is slated to be out 2-3 weeks for strengthening and rehabilitation. 

 It is the same shoulder that Keefe had surgery on in August of 2007 to repair a torn labrum that cost him to miss the first 12 games of the 2007-08 season.

7 Comments:

At Dec 17, 2009, 6:50:00 AM, Anonymous Alan Cherrycheesecake said...

Who cares! He sucks anyways! Way to step it up Senior! A disgrace to the Bruin Jersey!

 
At Dec 17, 2009, 7:35:00 AM, Anonymous fliparch said...

Yeah! Maybe he hasn't been the b ball player that we thought he was. But
at least he is a team player. and I believe part of the results has been because of injuries. He has stayed for 5 yrs plus. So i disagree i don't think he
sucks or is a disgrace.Keefe hope you heal
quick!!

 
At Dec 17, 2009, 1:48:00 PM, Anonymous bruin66 said...

Thank you for your sane remark, fliparch

 
At Dec 18, 2009, 4:56:00 AM, Anonymous Jammer said...

Keefe was not brought in to lead this team. The kid plays hard and knows his role. A fan should never cheer a kid going down to injury.

 
At Dec 18, 2009, 5:02:00 AM, Anonymous Matt Chen said...

Stay positive Bruins...stay positive...the calm before the storm!!! UCLA Bruins, 2011 National Champions!!!

 
At Dec 18, 2009, 2:36:00 PM, Anonymous BruinFan said...

2012 national champs...after Bobo, Stover & Anderson transfer please...we need the scholarship space for studs...

 
At Dec 19, 2009, 2:09:00 PM, Anonymous Jammer said...

No national championship for a very long time. Transfering out hurts a team. Check out the minutes for Bobo and Stover.
Anderson is simply lacking confidence. Some of you guys wanted Lee ridden out of town as well and look what he did against the Irish. Kid's got some talent. Is he going to lead the team to a tournament title? No! Need the kid from Country Day in Detroit to do that and hope Smith and Lamb aren't busts

 

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