We talk a lot about football players risking their long-term health and well-being by rushing back on to the field after sustaining horrible injuries, and in particular, risking their mental acuity and balance by forgoing concussion recovery procedures. The same holds true for hockey, where Sidney Crosby's concussion issues sidelined the NHL's most marketable star for the bulk of two seasons. But, as Brian Scalabrine wil tell you, you need not play a full-contact sport nor be a star to feel the effects of a hurried return from a brain injury. He talked to TrueHoop about suffering three concussions in one month, and his subsequent experience in the Celtics' 2009 playoff series against the Bulls:
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