Brody Greig hadn’t practiced all week.
According to Greig’s coach, Paul Eberhardt, the point guard’s knee was the “size of a blimp” on Wednesday, and that he had to have it drained and then take antibiotics.
When his Langara College Falcons hosted the Camosun College Chargers on Friday November 29, Greig sat the game out and watched his teammates cruise to a 110-78 victory.
Eberhardt tweeted later that night that Greig was “doubtful” for Saturday’s game against the Vancouver Island University Mariners.
So what did Greig end up doing on Saturday afternoon, you wonder?
Not much… except play all 40 minutes, drop 21 points, grab 10 rebounds and dish out 16 assists – leading his team to a 102-85 win over VIU – handing the Mariners’ their first loss of the season.
“I really wasn’t sure if he’d play until game time, but then he just said ‘Don’t worry about it, I’m good to go,’” said Eberhardt.
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