Former NBA point guard Kenny Anderson was reported by a friend to have been hospitalized after suffering a stroke last weekend, according to the New York Daily News. The Daily News reported that an acquaintance of Anderson said he is “doing well.”
Anderson, 48, is well known for his eclectic life and career. In high school, Anderson set the New York state scoring record, scoring 2,621 points over his time spent at Archbishop Molloy High School. The record was not broken until 2004.
Anderson went on to playing basketball for Georgia Tech for two years from 1989-1991. He was then drafted by the New Jersey Nets where he played for five years before bouncing around the NBA between the Charlotte Hornets, Portland Trail Blazers, Boston Celtics, Seattle SuperSonics, New Orleans Hornets, Indiana Pacers, Atlanta Hawks and Los Angeles Clippers between 1991-2005. In 1994, he made the NBA All-Star team.
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SOURCE: Yahoo! Sports, by Cat Garcia