L'ex Dallas Maverick Shawn Bradley è rimasto paralizzato dopo che l'auto ha colpito la sua moto, dice la squadra

L'ex centro di Dallas Mavericks Shawn Bradley è rimasto paralizzato dopo che un'auto lo ha colpito alle spalle mentre era in bicicletta a gennaio, ha detto la squadra.

Bradley released the details Wednesday for the first time since the accident on January 20 one block from his home in St. George Utah, the Mavericks ha detto in una dichiarazione.
The 7-foot, 6-inch former basketball player had neck fusion surgery following the accident and has spent the past eight weeks hospitalized and going through rehabilitation, secondo il comunicato.
      His very strong sense of faith is being tested as he participates in grueling physical therapy and learns how to cope with the challenges of paraplegia,” ha detto la squadra.
        Doctors have advised him that his road to recovery will be both long and arduous, perhaps an even more difficult physical challenge than playing professional basketball.
          Ancora, he is in good spirits, secondo la dichiarazione, and plans to use the accidentas a platform to bring greater public awareness to the importance of bicycle safety,” diceva la dichiarazione.
          Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said he was “rattristato” to hear of the accident.
            Shawn has always been incredibly determined and shown a fighting spirit,” Cuban said. “We wish him nothing but the best in his recovery. He will always be a part of our Mavs family.
            In his more than eight seasons with the team, Bradley “demonstrated all of the qualities you want in a person representing your organization,” Mavericks general manager Donnie Nelson said. “He has always exhibited unwavering grit and determination and we are thinking of him at this difficult time. He is a Maverick for life.

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