Florida Gators forward Kintena Johnson is being released from the hospital, her family said in a statement on Tuesday.
In Statement, Johnson said that they are “looking forward to spending Christmas together as a family.”
Johnson suffered and fell while back on the court after a first-half timeout during a game at Florida State. 12. She received emergency medical attention and was taken off on a stretcher before leaving for the Talhasi Memorial. .
While Johnson’s recovery is progressing, it is still not publicly stated what happened to him, the Johnson family addressed on Tuesday.
“With a lot of wishes and prayers, we have raised a lot of questions about the cause and extent of Keynote’s disease,” the family said. “All those involved want a firm answer, the process of drawing definitive conclusions continues, and we ask for patience as medical professionals continue their work.”
Last Friday, Johnson made his first public comment after the incident, releasing a video on social media.
“Hey everyone, first and foremost I want to thank God,” Johnson said in a 25-second video. “I know that all of you have been sending y’all prayers for the past few weeks, and I and my parents are very grateful for the prayers going out.
“To all the doctors and medical staff at the Thalassi Memorial and UF Shands, I just want to say thank you for all the support you gave me, especially the woman who was in the gym at Florida State. My Gator Nation And for UF Ballastic. Family, I just want to thank you for all the prayers that y’all gave me. Go getters. “