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    Grady released from Hospital, will return home with team

    Wichita State men's basketball player Anton Grady was released from the Orlando Regional Medical Center on Sunday afternoon, shortly after the Shockers' game against Iowa in the AdvoCare Invitational. He will return with the team to Wichita on its Sunday evening charter flight.
    Grady continues to show improved motor function and is now walking with the help of crutches, just over 48 hours removed from a spinal cord concussion, suffered during the closing minutes of WSU's Friday afternoon game at the AdvoCare Invitational when his chin collided with the shoulder of an opposing player causing his head to quickly rotate to one side.
    "I want to send out a big thank you to Shocker Nation and all of my friends and family for of the love and encouragement that I have received the past few days," Grady said in a statement, released via social media by WSU on Sunday morning.
    "I've been reading your tweets and posts and appreciate every last one of them. I have a lot of work to do to get back on the court, but with the help of such a great support system, I'm ready for the challenge."
    Grady will continue recovery and physical therapy in Wichita. Medical personnel will monitor his progress and determine if and when he is available to play.

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