This is Sean Keen from Yard Barker.
Now load management is once again a huge issue in the n. B A.
I'm here to tell you about the five players in the N B A that I think could use a little more load management.
One is Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers.
Now Dame is leading the league in minutes right now.
Plan over 38 minutes a game.
The Blazers air still foreign eight.
They got to give him some rest on this road trip if they're hoping that he bails them out once again in the playoffs.
Number two is Blake Griffin of the Detroit Pistons.
Now Blake Griffin has suffered a broken kneecap, a Tauron meniscus knee bone bruise, a spring me a tourney quad.
And he just had arthroscopic surgery all on the same left leg.
You should know this.
You can't run a car into the ground, give Blake some rest.
Let him do some sense of the Comedy club.
You'll be much happier.
Number three is Mike Conley Jr.
Who gets hurt every single year.
The Utah Jazz ER have aspirations of going deep into the playoffs.
Give Mike Conley some breast, let him check out the very exciting nightlife of Salt Lake City, Utah Number four is Kyle Lowry of the Toronto Raptors.
He's already a little banged up with a broken hand right now, but here's the thing.
If you're superstitious, the Toronto Raptors have never won an MBA title without load managing one of their All Stars.
It's time to give Kyle about five more games off this year, and number five on this is Chris Paul of the Oklahoma City Thunder.
He signed for three years and 100 and 17 million. Plus.
He's always vulnerable to hurting himself by throwing himself in this back, flopping for a foul call or waving his arms of the rest.
Your bonus load management person is a coach, Steve Kerr of the Golden State Warriors.
Look, he already has back problems, and it's got to be exhausting.
Watch this terrible Warriors team this year.
Let him sit well, sweet with a butler.
All right, for yard marker.
Thanks for watching