Isaiah Austin says the NBA has offered him a job after graduation
Baylor center with Marfan Syndrome offered a position with the league after having career cut short by genetic disorder.
Former NBA prospect and Baylor center Isaiah Austin says the NBA has offered him a job when he gets out of college. From TMZ:
Austin was a likely second-round pick in June's draft before medical tests revealed he has a genetic disorder known as Marfan Syndrome which ended his basketball career. The NBA held a moment of recognition for Austin between the 15th and 16th pick.
For more on Austin, read Matt Norlander's draft night feature on the young man.
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