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Wagner said her second fall, a frontal plunge on a double axel in combination after a triple loop "was a bit of a freak fall. But to have such a hard fall and then go and complete the triple flip of that quality is definitely something I can take away from this competition." Shell also take away some pain from the fall. The team doctor told her she injured a hip. "I cant tell you what that is but I can tell you it really hurts," Wagner said. "For me, I always like to go big or go home, so when I fall I like to fall really hard." Suzuki also fell twice in her program, after opening with a solid triple-double-double cascade and a double axel-triple toeloop. "I thought I did a very good short program yesterday, so I wanted to bring that momentum and mood into my free program. So I just realize how difficult it is to have both a good and solid short as well as a long program," she said. 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"It went as good as it could go." Houston held its first week of practice in McAllen, home of its developmental league affiliate. The Rockets were back at the Toyota Center on Monday, and coach Kevin McHale said White was noticeably behind in his conditioning and his familiarity with Houstons plays. "Hes got to catch up on what were doing," McHale said. "Its always hard when youre a young guy and you miss early camp practice, when youre trying to establish your principles and what youre doing. But hell be fine." Whites off-the-court issues were no secret. NBA teams still wanted to talk to him after his one spectacular season at Iowa State. White was the only Division I player to lead his team in scoring (13.4 points per game), rebounds (9.3 per game), assists (five per game), steals (1.2 per game) and blocks (0.9 per game) and led the Cyclones to their first NCAA tournament appearance in seven years. The Rockets decided he was too good to pass up. And over the summer, White flew with the team to Las Vegas and to the rookie orientation in New York City, suggesting that he had a handle on his aerophobia. As training camp approached, though, White felt apprehensive about starting his first NBA season without a plan to cope with his disorder. He contacted the Rockets through his agent and the two sides negotiated their arrangement. "Im excited," White said. "Its a different plan than Ive ever had going into a season. Im happy that the Rockets are willing to work with me, and Im excited to see what I can do under nnew circumstances. [url=http://www.damennikefree.eu/]Nike Free Run Damen Blau[/url]. " McHale, who played 13 seasons in a Hall of Fame career with the Boston Celtics, acknowledged concern for how White was going to navigate through the travel demands of the league schedule. "Royce is going to have a little bit of a different path in the NBA," McHale said. "If your choice is to have a 10-hour bus ride, or an hour flight, everyone would want to take an hour flight. Hes just going to have to work his way through all that stuff. "Were here to help him and support him as much as we can," McHale said, "but he eventually has to be responsible to your team and your teammates. Thats the biggest thing." On Monday, White easily answered questions in front of a throng of media. If anything, White said going public with his personal struggle has been cathartic. "In a lot of areas, were actors," White said with a smile. "The camera doesnt frighten me. Planes do." He hopes the attention his situation has generated creates more awareness for mental-health issues and treatment. "It helps for me, just to be honest," he said. "One of the things that comes with anxiety is trying to hide from what youre scared of and oftentimes, that is the spotlight. Being honest and having good feedback obviously helps me out." His teammates seemed happy to have White back, greeting him with high-fives and encouragement when practice began. If White can blossom, the Rockets think he can provide a strong — and much-needed — inside presence. "He has a unique skill set," point guard Jeremy Lin said. "We dont really have anybody who can do what he can do. More importantly, were thankful that hes healthy and with the team. He learned a lot today. He didnt look like he missed too much." White seems willing to do whatever is necessary to get up to speed on the court. "I just stay goal-oriented," White said. "I want to be a good teammate, and I want to be a part of this organization. I have other goals and aspirations and I just stick to those, focus on those. Im just ready to do whatever they ask me to do." ' ' '