Fisk Men’s Basketball Coach Kenny Anderson Suffers Stroke

Fisk University head men’s basketball coach and former NBA all-star Kenny Anderson is recovering from a stroke, according to relatives and school officials.

Anderson suffered the stroke last Saturday, according to a report in the New York Post.

Following the stroke, Anderson was back at home in Pembroke Pines, Fla., and is lucid and has his faculties, the source said — adding that Anderson suffers from high blood pressure and high cholesterol, and had not been taking his medication diligently.

NYC hoops legend Kenny Anderson recovering well after stroke – New York Post

Fisk officials tweeted support for Anderson, who in his first year as Bulldogs head coach had amassed an 8-17 record as an NAIA Division II independent.

   
3 comments
  1. I’m sorry to hear about about his stroke. My pops had a stroke a couple of years back. Though he still suffers from the effects of it,he’s doing a lot better and is just regaining some feeling in both legs. His memory is good for a man of his early 70’s.

    When it comes to HBP, you cannot afford to go without your meds or / and not take care of yourself. My pops had a stroke for similar reasons that Kenny did.

    I hope that he get better…and to take his meds as prescribed and to take care of himself. Strokes aren’t jokes.

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