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Chris Wright Doesn't Want Anyone To Ask About His Hand Injury

The Georgetown Hoyas enter the NCAA Tournament facing a ton of questions, most of which revolve around the broken hand of star guard Chris Wright. As a high-profile college athlete on a team that had high hopes to make a deep NCAA Tournament run, Wright is learning that people tend to want to know what exactly is going on with his injury.

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That probably explains why he fired out this tweet just now.

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not trying to be rude but please stop callin and textin my phone about my hand. Thank youless than a minute ago via Echofon

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This would be understandable if he was just tired of talking about it, but as it turns out, Wright's going after a very different subset of people.

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not like yall care, just worried about your ncaa brackets #fakepeopleless than a minute ago via Echofon

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Like I said -- this is life as a top-flight college athlete. Wright is just experiencing the dark side of it. 

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By the way -- Chris, I have you as a sleeper, but I need to know if you're healthy. Come on, Chris! I need to win my bracket pool! I know you won't talk to anyone else, but can I get this exclusive this one time? Please?

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(A nod to Dan Steinberg, who got his entry out about this first).