Liberty guard Asia Durr introduced Monday she has been cleared to return to the courtroom after lacking the final two seasons with lengthy haul results of COVID-19.
Durr, 24, logged 18 video games as a rookie in 2019. She has beforehand not been in a position to play basketball since June 2020, struggling bouts of fatigue, vertigo and problem respiratory after contracting COVID-19.
“I went via the entire testing, and guess what?,” Durr mentioned Monday. “I can play basketball once more.”
The No. 2 choose within the 2019 WNBA draft detailed her expertise with COVID-19 in an interview on HBO’s Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel in January 2021.
“There’s days the place I really feel nice, like I might exit and go to the shop or I might clear up,” Durr informed Actual Sports activities reporter Mary Carillo. “After which there’s days the place I’m like, ‘I simply have to remain within the mattress,’ and also you simply really feel such as you acquired hit by a bus.”
Durr was chosen by the Liberty with the No. 2 choose within the 2018 WNBA draft. New York completed third within the Jap Convention in 2021 at 12–20.
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