Nick Gilbert Rumors
Cavaliers majority owner Dan Gilbert tweeted out more good news about his son Wednesday night. Nick Gilbert, 21, who made it through surgery in February to treat a brain tumor, has returned home following 38 days in the hospital.
Dan Gilbert: Miracles do happen!After 8 long hrs of brain surgery & 48 hrs rest,Nick is recovering nicely. Endless gratitude to the many souls whose thoughts & prayers surely impacted positive outcome. Nick still has hurdles ahead but true hope is now alive.1st question:”Did @cavs beat OKC?”
Cavaliers majority owner Dan Gilbert said in a Tweet his son survived eight hours of brain surgery. Nick Gilbert, 21, underwent the surgery this week to treat a brain tumor. His father said Nick made it through the surgery and 48 hours of rest, but still has “hurdles ahead.”
Lue said the player and coaches made a video Monday to send to Nick Gilbert — son of Cavs owner Dan Gilbert — who will undergo brain surgery this week to treat a tumor. News of the surgery was first reported by ESPN on Sunday. Nick Gilbert, 21, was born with neurofibromatosis, a nerve disorder causing tumors to grow anywhere in the body. He had a brain tumor removed more than 10 years ago. “We’re all praying for him and wish him the best,” Lue said. “Hate to see a young guy go through that, let alone anyone, but being so young and having so much spirit that he has is great.”