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Watt's chances for a full recovery are good, according to orthopedic surgeon
Houston Texans star J.J. Watt is out for the rest of this season with a torn pectoral muscle. He left the game in the second quarter of the Texans game against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
Dr. Theodore Shybut is not Watt’s doctor, but knows all about torn pectorals and how to fix them. He is an orthopedic sports surgeon for Baylor College of Medicine.
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Sports medicine expert on Chris Paul's hamstring injury
Star point guard Chris Paul will not play Saturday night due to a hamstring injury. He limped off the court in the final minute of the Rockets' Game 5 win over the Golden State Warriors.
Dr. Theodore Shybut, assistant professor of orthopedic surgery and sports medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, said, “Even as a fan it’s never good to see one of your star players do anything other than sort of light up the scoreboard.”