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The Casper Star-Tribune reported the accident occurred last weekend in the Denver area, according to the Wyoming athletics department. No drugs or alcohol were involved, UW said. Adams’ family reached out to the community through a Go Fund Me page to help raise money to help pay for multiple surgeries. “After speaking with the emergency responders, and the neurosurgeon, we were informed how lucky we are to still have Josh with us today. As you can imagine, medical costs for this type of injury are substantial, so through the advice and support of dear friends we are utilizing gofundme to reach out to friends, fans, and supporters of Josh to help raise funds to offset the medical costs,” the post says.
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The Nuggets donated $5,000, writing, “Wishing a speedy recovery to an excellent player, and an even better guy. Denver Nuggets.” Los Angeles Lakers president Jeanie Buss donated $1,500, writing, “Josh: Best wishes for a speedy recovery. My dad graduated from Wyoming and we love your teammate Larry Nance Jr. too. Love, Jeanie.” Former Cleveland Cavaliers player Larry Nance and his wife donated $250. They are no strangers to medical ailments; their son, Lakers player Larry Nance Jr., suffers from Crohn’s disease. Adams had earlier retweeted a story involving Nance Jr. on how he uses Crohn’s treatment to educate and inspire others.
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