The Golden State Warriors’ new point guard, Gary Payton II, has finalized the four-team trade deal with the Portland Trailblazers after having trouble getting through the physical test.
The Warriors have a serious problem with the player’s physical anomaly because he was injured at the time of the trade but was still receiving trouble shots to play. They also found out that the trailblazer staff insisted Gary take the medicine and play through the pain.
Warriors weren't told he was injured at the time of the trade pic.twitter.com/eYCSMEkRKe
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) February 11, 2023
After such a shocking revelation, NFL professional Micah Parsons also related this brutal reality and delivered a burning comment about his experience.
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What did Micah Parsons say regarding playing through an injury?
The Dallas Cowboys outside linebacker made his NFL debut against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2021 after being picked 12th overall in the same year’s NFL draft. He has started every game since then, with the exception of the final one of his rookie season.
In his two-year experience with America’s most popular sports league, the two-time all-star revealed his painful side of the story. He posted on Twitter, writing, “Sad to say it but this is 95% of the NFL!”
Sad to say it but this is 95% of the NFL! https://t.co/5iRClBasQ7
— Micah Parsons (@MicahhParsons11) February 11, 2023
As bizarre as it sounds, we can easily realize what was actually happening in front of our eyes. Tua Tagovailoa’s recurring concussions are the most visible manifestation of the NFL’s health and safety problems.
Payton has, we assume, been injured for the last couple of games, and it might keep him out for another three or four if they continued.
Payton has moved a lot in the six years of his career and played a total of 157 games, scoring 5.1 points on average with 2.8 rebounds and 1.1 assists.
What’s your take on Micah Parsons’ experience in the NFL? Do you agree with him? Please share your thoughts in the comments section.