2 overall pick from the 1991 National Basketball Association draft, has been hospitalized after suffering a stroke Saturday, according to his wife, Natasha. Anderson's wife, Natasha, says in a statement that the family is "extremely grateful for all the prayers and love".
"We would like to thank everyone for reaching out on behalf of Kenny", the statement reads.
Anderson is recovering at home and "doing well" according to someone close to him.
The New York Times' Adam Zagoria reported Anderson's health is "improving", and he is on the road to recovery. Sources said he's alert and talking a little bit, and will head to a rehabilitation facility for seven days, possibly beginning Wednesday.
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At the time he left the National Basketball Association in 2005, Anderson was 40th on the NBA's all-time assist list with 5,196 and is now 59th. He is best known for his stints with the New Jersey Nets, Portland Trail Blazers and Boston Celtics.
Anderson went on to playing basketball for Georgia Tech for two years from 1989-1991.
With the Nets, he averaged 15.3 points, 7.8 assists, 3.4 rebounds and 1.6 steals in 32.8 minutes per game over 304 games, shooting 40.9 percent overall and 32.5 percent on 1.9 3-point attempts per game. The 48-year-old Anderson recently completed his first season coaching NAIA program Fisk University in Nashville. The Queens native was hired for the role in September.