Published: Saturday 09 June, 2018

Jeron Teng Updates Recovery But Return to Basketball is ‘Still Uncertain’

Injured Alaska basketball player Jeron Teng continues with his recovery at home. A couple of days after his release from hospital, Jeron gives his followers an update on his recovery and condition.

Teng expressed his gratitude to his family, friends and fans for their support as he said the injuries he suffered from the stabbing incident in Bonifacio Global City could have been fatal.

But, as he recuperates at home, Jeron Teng told his followers on social media that his return to the court is still uncertain.

“First of all, I would like to thank my family, friends and supporters for all the prayers. Last June 3, I suffered from multiple stabs wounds and deep lacerations which could have been fatal,” Jeron wrote on Twitter.

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“As of present I am now recovering at home and being closely monitored by my family and doctors. The time that I’m going to be back inside the court is still uncertain. For now, I am focusing on my recovery with the help of my family and friends. Thank you Lord.”

Jeron, along with fellow former La Salle players Thomas Torres and Norbert Torres, were stabbed during a brawl in BGC early Sunday morning. Two suspects have already been arrested and detained, and will face frustrated homicide charges. But, according to the victims’ lawyer, they are still looking for several others involved in the brawl who may be charged as well.

According to sports journalist Quinito Henson, the three stab wounds Jeron Teng received missed three vital organs. It may also take some rehabilitation before the Alaska player is back in action.



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