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Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Mark Fraser suffered a broken bone in his forehead after being hit with a puck in a playoff game against the Boston Bruins. He had surgery to repair the fracture in his “cranial area.” Fraser is one of the players who chooses not to wear a visor.
Stephen Curry of the Oakland Warriors has been fighting through ankle pain. Curry sprained his ankle near the end of the regular season and then aggravated it in their first round series against the Denver Nuggets, yet Curry is committed to helping the Warriors reach the Western Conference Finals.
Boston Celtics Kevin Garnett underwent an operation to remove bone spurs in his ankle. It has not been released if the 18 year veteran will continue his basketball career after this surgery.
Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots tight-end, is going to need a 4th surgery to replace the plate that secures the broken bone in his forearm. This surgery has been expected, but the question is whether it will reveal if he has infected tissue in his forearm. Everyone is hoping this 4th surgery is his last. He should still be on track to play week one.
Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Greg Scruggs is most likely out for the year after having reconstructive arthoscopic surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his right knee.