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30 days ago

Quincy Pondexter Revealed To ESPN That He Was Diagnosed With A Life-Threatening Infection, MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), In The Beginning Of 2017. Pondexter, Who Has Been Sidelined For The Past Two Seasons, Had Two Surgeries Done However His Knee Did Not Repair. Uncertainty Of Returning To The Court Began To Accumulate As The Pelicans Were Unable To Find What Was Holding Back Q's Rehab.
On January 1st, 2017, Pondexter Visited New York To Get His Knee Scoped Again, However His Health Took A Turn For The Worse. Pondexter Collapsed In A Pharmacy While Waiting In Line For Pain Medication. Acording To ESPN, Pondexter Was "Terrified, Bewildered, And In Excruciating Pain. He Didn't Have Control Over His Body And Feared He Was Dying." A Few Days After Getting Fluid Drained From His Knees, Pondexter Was Diagnosed With MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), A Skin Infection That Is Difficult To Manage And If Not Treated Properly Or Promptly, Can Lead To Death. It's Unclear When Pondexter Developed The Infection.
Following His Third Knee Procedure, Pondexter Was Hospitalized For A Month.
"I was getting checked on every two hours in the hospital," he said. "I was doing three full bags of liquid antibiotics, which took close to two hours each time. There was a point where I was connected on both sides, whether it was antibiotics or IVs or all types of other medicines to keep me alive. It was pretty crazy. It's a full day, 24 hours, around-the-clock watch over that recovery. You're trying to eliminate an infection that's deadly ... My condition was really hidden because we didn't want anyone to know, and I didn't want anyone to feel sorry for me." -Pondexter
When Pondexter Was Released From The Hospital In February, He Couldn't Walk & Had Lost 32 Pounds, It Took Him Three Weeks To Relearn How To Walk.
Multiple Trainers & Physical Therapists Agree That Pondexter Is Ready To Make A Comeback Next Season. 
I Wish You The Best Of Luck In The Upcoming Season Q, I'm Glad Things Are Working Out For You Now.
-@quincypondexter-
(All Quotes Via ESPN Website)
#takeflight ⚜️

Quincy Pondexter Revealed To ESPN That He Was Diagnosed With A Life-Threatening Infection, MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), In The Beginning Of 2017. Pondexter, Who Has Been Sidelined For The Past Two Seasons, Had Two Surgeries Done However His Knee Did Not Repair. Uncertainty Of Returning To The Court Began To Accumulate As The Pelicans Were Unable To Find What Was Holding Back Q's Rehab. On January 1st, 2017, Pondexter Visited New York To Get His Knee Scoped Again, However His Health Took A Turn For The Worse. Pondexter Collapsed In A Pharmacy While Waiting In Line For Pain Medication. Acording To ESPN, Pondexter Was "Terrified, Bewildered, And In Excruciating Pain. He Didn't Have Control Over His Body And Feared He Was Dying." A Few Days After Getting Fluid Drained From His Knees, Pondexter Was Diagnosed With MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), A Skin Infection That Is Difficult To Manage And If Not Treated Properly Or Promptly, Can Lead To Death. It's Unclear When Pondexter Developed The Infection. Following His Third Knee Procedure, Pondexter Was Hospitalized For A Month. "I was getting checked on every two hours in the hospital," he said. "I was doing three full bags of liquid antibiotics, which took close to two hours each time. There was a point where I was connected on both sides, whether it was antibiotics or IVs or all types of other medicines to keep me alive. It was pretty crazy. It's a full day, 24 hours, around-the-clock watch over that recovery. You're trying to eliminate an infection that's deadly ... My condition was really hidden because we didn't want anyone to know, and I didn't want anyone to feel sorry for me." -Pondexter When Pondexter Was Released From The Hospital In February, He Couldn't Walk & Had Lost 32 Pounds, It Took Him Three Weeks To Relearn How To Walk. Multiple Trainers & Physical Therapists Agree That Pondexter Is Ready To Make A Comeback Next Season. I Wish You The Best Of Luck In The Upcoming Season Q, I'm Glad Things Are Working Out For You Now. -@quincypondexter- (All Quotes Via ESPN Website) #takeflight ⚜️

19 Comments

saintsempire

saintsempire

My man couldn’t even walk and is back to playing basketball. wow

30 days ago

jap.39

jap.39

Wow whatta comeback👏👏

30 days ago

grixx_nation

grixx_nation

Insanity

30 days ago

grixx_nation

grixx_nation

Man bless him

30 days ago

mstamlee

mstamlee

WOW

30 days ago

wordlife_

wordlife_

Oh man God bless that man keep grinding Q

30 days ago

jaidenjeet

jaidenjeet

So much respect

30 days ago

mjcolley26

mjcolley26

Real sad we traded him, thought he would come out fighting this season aftee not playing so long

30 days ago

keeanl

keeanl

Every time I saw him post a tweet I replied with some encouraging **** and he was always roasting those people lol

30 days ago

koah.n

koah.n

Pray for Q 🙂

30 days ago

darbius

darbius

God bless

30 days ago

bzilberman_13

bzilberman_13

Mad respect

29 days ago

y0y02

y0y02

And once again Pelicans/Saints doctors cannot diagnose players correctly

29 days ago

y0y02

y0y02

And once again Pelicans/Saints doctors cannot diagnose players correctly

29 days ago

bigtybrazilian22

29 days ago

freshcobar_

freshcobar_

🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

29 days ago

colinabbott14

colinabbott14

Poor dude

29 days ago

nicksantosj_29

nicksantosj_29

🙏🙏

29 days ago

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