Former NBA player Kenny Anderson doing well in rehab from stroke: ‘I’m almost back to normal’

Kenny Anderson has a mantra: “Basketball is easy. Life is hard.” The story of the New York point guard prodigy turned 14-year NBA veteran backs up that notion. Life has dealt him his unfair share of obstacles — from growing up in a rough section of Queens, to childhood sexual abuse, to bankruptcy. Most recently, Anderson, 48, suffered a stroke on Feb. 23. (South Florida Sun Sentinel)

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