Cleveland Cavaliers basketball player Larry Nance Jr. has been battling a mysterious disease for the past ten days that caused him to lose more than eight kilograms in a short period of time.
Nance began to feel sad before meeting the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City on March 29 and missed morning exercises and games. Cleveland (Cleveland.com) wrote that after her, he returned to the team’s home and stayed there after the club’s three tours that ended last night.
All tests for covid were negative, and the doctor did not say what was wrong with him. He has been unable to eat for a few days and has lost nearly nine kilograms from his initial symptoms. The American wrote that he would be better, but when he returned to the court, there was no news. He missed five games.
Nance suffers from Crohn’s disease, but it is not clear whether his current condition is related to this disease.
This season, Nance played 29 games, averaging 10.1 points and 7.1 rebounds. He started his career with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2015, and a year later, Ivica Zubac joined him. In a year and a half, Nance became Zubac’s best friend among teammates, and then the Lakers replaced him with Cleveland. The following year he spent Cleveland in the locker room, partly with Ante Zizic together.
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