Florida Gators star Kintena Johnson is in critical but stable condition
Florida basketball star Keynote Johnson He remained in critical and stable condition Sunday morning, a day after falling during the Gators’ game against Florida State.
The school announced that Johnson was at Thalassi Memorial Hospital on Sunday morning. Gators coach Mike White, associate with sports health Dave Werner and Johnson’s parents are with him at the hospital.
Florida AD Scott Stricklin said the school was grateful for the care Johnson received.
“Kintonte received great care at the Thalassi Memorial on-site by FSU staff and the Thalassi Memorial,” Stricklin said in a statement. “We are glad that his parents can be on his side, and they all feel the support of the Gator Nation.”
The Gators were coming out after losing in the 83–71 semi-finals on Saturday when Johnson fell on the court. He was given emergency medical attention and taken to the locker room.
Prior to the incident, Johnson finished an alley with a pass Tyree appleby. He celebrated with teammates and walked sideways. As the team cracked their thunder, it broke on the court and the players shouted for help.
Junior Johnson, a junior from Norfolk, Virginia, tested positive for COVID-19 during the summer. He is averaging 19.7 points per game this season and is considered an NBA prospect. He scored five points in four minutes on Saturday.
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