Last week his toe hurt and this week it's his knee, but flashy Wollongong import Adris Deleon swears he'll be ready to take on Townsville this Sunday at the WEC.
Deleon sat out a practice session last week with a toe injury and a knee ailment prevented him from training yesterday.
Asked if he was in doubt for the Crocodiles, the man nicknamed '2hard2guard' recoiled at the thought.
"I'm not missing no game," Deleon said.
"If I need to play hurt I'll play hurt, but I'm not missing the game."
Deleon shrugged off his toe issue to score 10 points in Wollongong's 68-58 defeat of Cairns last Friday.
While he doesn't know how he injured his knee, he is confident it isn't serious.
"I don't even remember doing it," he said.
"It's more like a bruise and the physio said I need to rest a little bit. We don't play till Sunday so that gives me a couple of extra days' rest and will help me come back strong.
"Last week my toe was just infected. It happened a bit when I was with [the] Gold Coast [Blaze] last year - sometimes it just gets swollen. It's settled down and in the game I didn't even feel it."
Deleon was expected to be Wollongong's starting playmaker but has played a backup role to Rhys Martin in the opening two rounds.
Not that Deleon is about to spit the dummy about coming off the bench.
"I'm not trippin' about that," he said.
"I'm the type of person who doesn't worry if I start or whatever. If we're winning and it's working, it don't matter. At the end of the day I'm getting the shots I want and I'm playing and we're winning, and winning is the most important thing."
The Hawks are shooting for their third straight victory, while the Crocodiles remain winless.