I know this kid comes from a great family but ...... "I will have surgery on
my foot and I plan to continue my basketball career at the professional level
after this year." And this young man actually thinks he has a shot, as
injury-prone as he's been? Dude expects to run up and down the court,
plant, move, etc. with a chronically bad foot? I'm all for supporting goals
and ideas, but perhaps a little bit of a reality check is in order here.
I feel bad for Foster he is a good defensive player and a great person. This
young Utah team could have used him both on the court and his leadership and
maturity off the court.I wish him the best in the future wherever
that may take him.@bluto - this is not the article to take a cheap
shot. Grow up.Go Utes!
I feel badly for this kid. That is a terrible way to have your career end. These
types of foot problems are pretty common in extremely tall people, there is just
a lot of stress put on their feet. Good luck David, I hope you are able to get
healthy enough for a shot at a pro career.
Good luck David
Did it ever start?Poor kid...Another talented kid gone to waste at
the J.C. program on the Hill.And I don't mean Westminster.
Sad news for Utah basketball. Good luck David and hope you get a chance to
fulfill your dream of playing professionally.