and c'mon Av "don't be that guy" lol nothing i wrote matters cause you're right? Maybe it's the way YOU throw eh?
moving on then...
Unfortunately, I have first hand knowledge that allows me to state conclusively how injuries to both the left and right knees impact a person.
That's enough about that tree. Let's talk about the forest.
How complicated is this?
Right handed thrower puts a lot of pressure on RIGHT KNEE (plant, bend, push-off) and LEFT ANKLE (follow-through).
That's why Sam had such a difficult time coming back from his ankle sprain in 2011 - it was his left ankle!