Read more health problems for Dick Vitaly.
ESPN College basketball legend had an operation scheduled Tuesday in Boston. But on Monday Vitaly tweeted changes in plans:
“I appreciate the concern of many of you about the delayed vocal cord surgery. Will take time and will keep you posted. Like many, I had a positive test on COVID- I feel good / had double gain, etc. – symptoms are minimal. I follow the protocols. “
In October, Vitaly said he was diagnosed with lymphoma.
He returned to the air in November, but announced in December that he was ill Vocal ligament dysplasia.
According to Massachusetts General Hospital, Dysplasia is when “precancerous surface changes known as dysplasia or atypia may develop in the membranes of the vocal cords. At this stage, they do not yet have cancer; however, if left untreated, these areas can develop into cancer. ”
In January, Vitaly said he would not return for the microphone this season.
Vitaly finished in April chemotherapy treatment and was declared free of cancer.
Vitaly’s roots in New Jersey are deep. He was born in Pasaika and grew up in Garfield and East Patterson before entering Setan Hall. How New York Times According to reports, Vitaly’s basketball life also began in Garden State.
His coaching career began in 1962 at Lincoln School in Garfield, New Jersey. He won two New Jersey state championships at East Rutherford High School and had a career record of 131-47. Vital was Rutgers an assistant coach who hired Phil Sellers and Mike Debney, two players who led the Scarlet Knights to 31 straight wins and a trip to the 1975-76 National Collegiate Tournament final. By that time Vitaly had moved to the University of Detroit after being admitted to the position of head at Rutgers, a job he said he had applied for.
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