I was going after the ball. Next thing you know, I'm on the ground. I don't know if I hit a pothole or a seam. I have no idea. But my spike got caught in the ground and wouldn't come out.
It went well. I was telling somebody the other day that you don't realize how much you miss something until they tell you that you can't do it. So it felt good to get out there again.
It's not an easy transition to make. You try to be as prepared as possible. It's a fine line. It's trial and error.
It just gives everybody confidence when everybody out there is contributing. It's a team effort. It's not putting a strain on any one player to carry us.