Florida basketball star Keyontae Johnson She collapsed early in the match against her rival Florida and is in critical but stable condition at the Tallahassee Memorial, according to the school.
Al Gator was exiting the deadline on Saturday when the cameras were cut off from the court and ESPNU announcers said Johnson had collapsed. He was given emergency medical care and taken to the locker room.
Prior to the accident, Johnson had just finished Oube Alley on the From Trail Terry Appleby. He was partying with his mates and walking towards the sideline before collapsing.
Florida players were crying and hugging each other during the break. Gators coach Mike White put his arms around his players before the match resumed.
Both teams looked shaky. Florida (3-0) was 11-3 ahead of Dunk Johnson. Seminole, ranked 20 (2-0), scored the following seven points.
Johnson, the young striker from Norfolk, Virginia, averages 19.7 PPG this season and is considered an NBA potential.
Known for his versatility and grounding, Johnson is considered a leading candidate for the SEC Player of the Year award. He averaged 14 points at 54% shots from ground and 7.1 rebounds as a sophomore.
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