“That’s weird. I can’t push off my left foot at all. Let’s go eat.”

Lenox Hill House

April 2, 2012 — The Lenox Hill Neighborhood House gym on 70th and 1st Ave. During the 5th game of the night, I was feeling good (despite not having played basketball in 7 months). It was a throw away game, and guys were barely making layups and dropping like flies with knee injuries and muscle cramps. That should’ve been a sign to stop.

But after a missed shot, my buddy and I were going for a rebound, when it felt like someone kicked the back of my calf. I went down and knew something was very wrong. My friend thought it was a cramp so he tried to stretch it out. I had a feeling this was no cramp. The funny thing was, it didn’t hurt as much as a cramp. It didn’t even hurt to put weight on it. I figured it was a bruised muscle, kinda like a charlie horse. So I figured I could just walk it off. We called it a night and we walked a few blocks to grab a burger.

Little did I know…

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  1. doug bruski on July 10th, 2012

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