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Frye wonders if he'll ever play again

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08:02 AM ET 02.08 | Sitting and watching has been hard on Channing Frye -- painful, even. "Ouch!" he yelled during a phone interview with USA TODAY Sports this week. "Stepped on a lego ..." Aside from the occasional hazards that come with the increased Daddy Duty, Frye is loving the new ways of his world. The married father of two learned in September that a virus in his heart was causing it to grow to a life-threatening size, and his career as a sharpshooting big man came to a scary halt as a result. He is "95 percent positive" that he'll be healthy enough to return for next season, yet still acknowledges that there's a slim chance he may never play again. ... It takes a certain kind of maturity to make the most of a situation like this, but Frye is clearly doing just that.

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February 8, 2013  09:26 AM ET

Nothing Is Worth Risking Your Life, Bro.

February 8, 2013  11:05 AM ET

Hopefully he won't end up like the sad majority of players who end up broke after two or three years of retiring.

February 8, 2013  12:56 PM ET
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Hopefully he won't end up like the sad majority of players who end up broke after two or three years of retiring.

there are some highly publicized cases, but i wouldnt say they are the majority

February 8, 2013  01:28 PM ET
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there are some highly publicized cases, but i wouldnt say they are the majority

You never hear the storied of those who have tripled their money after retirement. I'm sure they are out there.

February 8, 2013  02:35 PM ET
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You never hear the storied of those who have tripled their money after retirement. I'm sure they are out there.

Dave Bing

But then.....his NBA salary didn't make him a millionair.....

February 8, 2013  03:56 PM ET

WOW! Nice young man. Sorry to hear about that. Wish him the best one way or the other.

February 8, 2013  06:58 PM ET

asound pretty iffy to me

February 8, 2013  06:59 PM ET
QUOTE(#7):

WOW! Nice young man. Sorry to hear about that. Wish him the best one way or the other.

wish him the best u r nuthi w/o ur health

February 8, 2013  07:00 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Nothing Is Worth Risking Your Life, Bro.

and remember don't go L A Bro

February 8, 2013  07:03 PM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Hopefully he won't end up like the sad majority of players who end up broke after two or three years of retiring.

duh

 
February 8, 2013  09:43 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

You never hear the storied of those who have tripled their money after retirement. I'm sure they are out there.

yup

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