Nate Robinson, the ‘Kryptonate’ from the NBA, Reveals Health Battle: “I Don’t Have Much Time Left”

Nate Robinsonhe popular ‘Kryptonate’ from the NBA that won three times the Mates Contest of All Star Weekend (2006, 2009 and 2010), measuring 1.75 m., has revealed that “I don’t have much time left to live” if he doesn’t get a kidney transplant.

“I know I don’t have much time left if I can’t get a kidney,” Nate Robinson, who is 39, explained to the ‘Daily Mail’.

I know I won’t have long to live. So I just want to make the best of it as I can.

Nate Robinson

“I know I won’t have much time left to live. So I just want to make the best of it as I can… I still try to do everything I can to stay and feel as normal as possible, to be as human as possible,” he admitted to Jake the Goblin.

If I didn’t go on dialysis, I probably wouldn’t live more than a week or two

Nate Robinson

Nate Robinson said that he is still alive thanks to dialysis machines, and that without this dialysis, which causes painful vomiting that forces him to be hospitalized for up to two days, he could barely survive a couple of weeks: “Some people’s bodies reject the dialysis. And thank God mine accepts it and I can live… if I didn’t go on dialysis, I probably wouldn’t live more than a week or two. So it’s serious, you can’t miss a day. I go in four hours, “Three days a week, four hours a day. And they cleanse my blood to remove my toxins. And they help me a lot because that’s how I live.”

Nate Robinson, who was diagnosed in 2006, revealed his health problems in 2022

Nate Robinson learned in 2006, when he was playing for the New York Knicks, that he was suffering from kidney problems caused by his blood pressure.

A 2022 el popular ‘dunker’ shared his health problems with the public: “I am currently receiving treatment for kidney failure and have been dealing with it privately for the past four years. I am sharing this now because I want to be the voice for all those who struggle to talk about this disease, and unite for a cause greatest: our health.

Nate Robinson’s NBA career

Throughout his NBA career Nathaniel Cornelius ‘Nate’ Robinson, who was selected by the Phoenix Suns with the 21st pick in the 2005 Draft after standing out with the University of Washington in the NCAA, played for the New York Knicks, Boston Celtics , Oklahoma City Thunder, Golden State Warriors, Chicago Bulls, Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Clippers and New Orleans Pelicans.

Nate Robinson’s statistics in his 11-year NBA career were 11 points, 2.3 rebounds and 3 assists in 618 games.

The day Nate Robinson (42.5) put on Shaquille O’Neill’s (56) shoes to train

Outside the NBA he played for Hapoel Tel Aviv (Israel), Delaware Blue Coats (G-League), Guaros de Lara (Venezuela) and Homenetmen Beirut (Lebanon).

2024-04-11 06:21:46
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