Doug Collins Leaves Game with Vertigo

He couldn't believe the Sixers had a lead (heyyo!).

We're kidding.  Collins left tonight's game at halftime with vertigo.  He had been experiencing symptoms from a concussion he suffered after a Memorial Day weekend fall that also broke several ribs.  He had to sit out two preseason games last month, but was supposed to be doing well since.

Meanwhile, the Sixers went on to win the game 101-75.  Not a typo.

Video of Collins discussing the incident after the hop.


2 Responses

  1. There are reports that vertigo is caused by celebration of moral victories. Which is weird since Collins has never celebrated a moral victory. Reports must be incorrect.

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