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SHAWN KEMP JR RUMORS

Washington Huskies forward Shawn Kemp slowed by Graves disease

Washington Huskies junior forward Shawn Kemp Jr. has been slowed since July by what has been diagnosed as Graves disease. The 6′-9″ 25o lb. son of NBA great Shawn Kemp developed symptoms in July which include muscle weakness, weight loss and elevated heartbeat. Kemp was diagnosed in September and is responding well to treatment. The disease can be controlled and in some cases...
Via Sports Injury Alert
November 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Washington Huskies breaking news Shawn Kemp Jr. out 6-8 weeks

Dawgs front court takes a blow Head coach Lorenzo Romar announced today that UW Huskies forward Shawn Kemp Jr. will be out for the next 6-8 weeks, due to a tear in his patellar tendon. The injury won’t require surgery. This is not a great way to kick off the upcoming season. Kemp—who plays power forward—was seen as a possible breakout candidate for 2012. Not to mention, the...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
November 06, 2012  |  Discuss
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