Ray Allen attributes his ankle problems to having big calvesPosted by Inside Hoops
Ray Allen has missed more than 10 games this season due to right and left ankle injuries. As the Boston Celtics look ahead to their playoff push, health is of the utmost importance to the 16-year veteran guard.
In order to maintain his ankles, Allen, who has sat out the past four games with a sore right ankle, is paying extra attention to another part of his body: his calves.
He attributes some of his ankle problems over the years to his over-sized muscles. Allen underwent double ankle surgery in 2007.
“I’ve been told that I have huge calf muscles my whole life,” Allen, 36, said earlier this month. “But they’re always like the bane of my pain, of my existence, because I always feel tightness in there. When they do get tight, it keeps my ankles from moving.”
– Reported by Jessica Camerato of CSNNE