“He didn’t want to bow the knee, therefore, the Lord broke him.” Why it’s a shame for Jonathan Isaac

“He didn’t want to bow the knee, therefore, the Lord broke him.” Why it’s a shame for Jonathan Isaac

“He didn’t want to bow the knee, therefore, the Lord broke him.” Why it’s a shame for Jonathan Isaac

Perhaps this was to be expected, I guess, the candidacy of Jonathan Isaac in some sense not the most significant audience loss for the NBA and the League, but the whole thing not easier. Regardless of basketball humanly.

In a match with “Sacramento” forward “Orlando” went to the passage and without any contact broke the crosses of the left knee. The same one that he injured earlier this season.

Initially Isaac was not to go to the floor before the start of the next world Cup, but the pandemic has given Jonathan the extra time and possibilities for recovery, and when the question arose about whether he is ready to play for the magic at Disneyworld, Isaac agreed, despite the fact that “mages” in General on what does not apply. And then there was a match with “Sacramento”.

That is not the story of an idealist, fallen victim to the insidious fate confirms many points of view from which to consider this story. Among them are adequate, pragmatic, instructive and frankly speculative. Supporters of the latest openly scoff at the case when used with superficial metaphors, remembering that Isaac became the first player after the restart, and the only one that chose to abandon kneeling in solidarity with the movement Black Lives Matter is before the match “Brooklyn nets”.

After it happened, Jonathan explained his position:

It is sad to realize, but the trauma of Isaac is a sports routine, like a change of clubs or transitions from one coach to another. So it makes no sense to exaggerate the case, the potential for injury is also included in the list of risks, which implies a career as a professional athlete. For that they also pay. And pretty good.

Just this time it is a pity that a little less to pay Jonathan Isaac.

“He didn’t want to bow the knee, therefore, the Lord broke him.” Why it’s a shame for Jonathan Isaac

“He didn’t want to bow the knee, therefore, the Lord broke him.” Why it’s a shame for Jonathan Isaac

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