By Bob D’Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk
Previous NBA focus Shawn Bradley endured a spinal rope injury in January that left him incapacitated, as per an assertion by the Dallas Mavericks.
Bradley, 48, who played for Dallas during nine of his 12 seasons in the NBA, was hit from behind by a vehicle on Jan. 20 while riding a bike close to his home in St. George, Utah, ESPN announced.
The 7-foot-6 previous player went through neck combination medical procedure and has gone through the most recent two months hospitalized and going through restoration, as indicated by The Salt Lake Tribune.
“With his significant other Carrie next to him nonstop, and upheld by a stunning group of restoration subject matter experts and family, Bradley is feeling great,” the Mavericks’ assertion read. “He intends to utilize his mishap as a stage to carry more prominent public attention to the significance of bike security.”