Heart condition forces Creighton’s Jones to give up basketball

CBSSports.com wire reports
Dec. 26, 2012 9:30 PM ET

Doctors advised Jones to stop playing after he underwent a procedure Dec. 18 to locate and correct an atrial flutter. He faces more procedures to treat the heart condition that caused him to faint before a game three weeks ago.

He said he wanted to let their words soak in a few days before he made his announcement this week.

“My life is more important,” he said Thursday as teammates practiced behind him at Vinardi Athletic Center. “The game has gotten me this far. I’m the same person with or without it. But right now, and maybe forever, I’m just stepping away from the game.”

Coach Greg McDermott said he sensed after he visited with Jones two weeks ago that it was doubtful Jones would return.

Jones had an initial health scare in 2007, when he needed an infected heart valve replaced. Doctors said the first procedure revealed additional concerns with Jones’ heart. Jones said he’ll undergo a second procedure in January to diagnose the other problems, and more treatment probably will follow.

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Dodger’s hope closer Kenley Jansen will return by middle of month

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Dodgers hope closer Kenley Jansen will return by middle of month

By Steve Dilbeck
September 4, 2012, 4:45 p.m.

Kenley Jansen hopes to be pitching again by the middle of the month, though surgery awaits his heart condition.

Jansen hasn’t pitched since Aug. 27 in Colorado, when he once again suffered an irregular heartbeat.

After consulting with another heart specialist Tuesday, the Dodgers announced he would remain on blood thinners another 10 days, and hopes to be able to pitch again by Sept. 17, which is an off day.

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