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The German basketball international Paul Zipser from FC Bayern has been necessary for brain bleeding. According to information of the German Press Agency, the procedure was carried out last Wednesday. The complicated OP in a specialist has been successful after taking appreciation.
«Paul is all right according to the circumstances, more we do not want to comment on this," said the Munich media boss Andreas Burkert. "We also ask the public for understanding to respect the privacy of Paul and his family in the near future," Burkert also supplemented in the name of the 27-year-old basketball family.
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According to DPA information, Zipser complained towards the end of the playoff semi-final series against the Giant Ludwigsburg on dizziness and slight coordination disorders. When neurological examinations initiated immediately, a spontaneous brain blouse was discovered.
The doctors presented an emergency surgery on Wednesday morning. In the evening, the Bayern then stood for the first final game around the championship at Alba Berlin on the field. According to reports, the team was informed about the state of the wing player and power carrier. In a message, the club initially knew exactly known that ZIPSer "due to neurological problems until further notice.
After the final series with Bayern, the former NBA professional will also miss the upcoming Olympic qualification of the German national team. The Quali Tournament for the Summer Games in Tokyo will take place from 29 June to 4 July in Split. At the present time is still unclear when Zipser can return to training again.
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Ingo Weiss, the President of the German Basketball Confederation, said on request on Sunday: "We wish the DBB Paul of course allest good, a lot of power for him and his family and are the firm conviction that he also successfully survives this situation. »
BBL President Stefan Wood said on Sunday at magenta sports: "That's a story that is just touching me. (...) Paul is a great face of our league. A great player, a great guy. I hope he soon comes back. "
The borne Heidelberger had come to FC Bayern in 2013. In 2016, the Chicago Bulls chose him at the NBA draft, the talent assignment. Then Zipser played two seasons in the best league in the world. Since 2019 he is back in Munich.
In this season, the national player was one of the Bayern's success barers, especially in the Euroleague, in which the club as the first Bundesligaist reached the quarterfinals of the most important continental competition. He was also in the final of the BBL Cup at the end of May against Alba Berlin with 18 points Topscorer.
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