Former NBA middle player Shawn Bradley is disabled after he was hit by a passing car while he was riding his bike on January 20 near his home in St. George, Utah; Dallas mavericks cleared the whole story in his statement last Wednesday.
The incident caused a tremendous traumatic spinal cord injury, and Bradley went through a neck fusion surgery. He has been taken bed rest at a hospital. It has now been more than a month for Bradley. It has had a massive effect on his basketball career. He
is also undergoing rehab.
He played as a former centre-who stands 7 feet, 6 inches tall- in his career history, he has played 14 seasons in the NBA.
Bradley had not been giving any information about the incident; it was a tragedy that happened to him. He has planned not to leak any information to the public and giving any updates.
“Everyone is depressed to hear of Shaun’s accident,” Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said in his statement. “Shawn has always given his best and has shown the world that how strong he is and has been fighting like a warrior throughout his life. His former family and friends wish him nothing but a speedy and healthy recovery.
“We are extremely depressed to hear out Shawn’s injury, and our wishes and prayers go out to him and his family members,” Dallas mavericks general manager.
Doctors are advising Bradley that his recovery is going to take a longer time than everybody else is thinking; perhaps it will be a demanding physical challenge that he will suffer. Playing professional basketball matches are going to be even more challenging. “He’s a strong sense of hope is being challenged, as he is taking part in exhausting physical therapy, and he also needs to cope with such a turning point in his life.