Debunked: Is Bill Self dead? Kansas coach Health Update After Heart Attack

There are many diseases in this world which are cured but the cases are still high. One of the main reasons for diseases is our bad lifestyle. Despite taking many precautions, we are still getting the prey of many diseases. Cancer and heart attack have now become one of the most common diseases and most people are suffering from them and even losing their life. As per the reports, 157 people are admitted to the hospital because of cardiac arrest every day, equating to, on average 1 person every 9 minutes suffering from it. Now you can imagine that it is the biggest problem in the entire world, particularly in the health sector.

Bill Self

Is Bill Self dead?

Speaking about the latest case, Bill Self, the coach of Kansas recently got a heart attack, but fortunately, he was admitted into the hospital and currently he is expected to make full recovery. However, he will not be able to become part of the Big 12 Tournament. The report states that the Kansas coach will miss the whole of the run of Jayhawks in the Big 12 Tournament. He was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday night, 8th March 2023 and since then his fans are worried for him but now after learning that he will be getting fully recovered they are leaving a sigh of relief.

Bill Self

KU declared that the coach would miss its game which the team will be going to play against West Virginia just hours prior to the 03:00 PM ET tipoff and reconstituted their statement in order to assert that he will miss the whole of the tournament after the end of the game. The reports further added that, as part of its declaration, Kansas rejected hearsay that a 60-year-old coach suffered a cardiac arrest, making clear that he “underwent a standard procedure that went well”, and is “expected to make an entire recovery.”

Bill Self

Self-stated in the released statement that “I am very thankful as well as grateful for the amazing number of well wishes me and many have got. I am gratefully thankful for your all warm wishes, love, and support and now I am fine and super excited to get back with my team in the very close future.” Self comes up prior to the media on the afternoon of Wednesday for an informal scrum in the bowels of the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City where he looked upbeat about the prospects of KU ahead of their opening match. Kansas and Self bagged the Big 12 regular season race for around the 17th time in the career of the coach and obtained the No.1 position.

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