Clemson Basketball star Brevin Galloway took to Instagram to share that he’s recovering from surgery and doing well.
The 6’2″ Senior point guard from Anderson, South Carolina suffered every guy’s worst nightmare. And this isn’t hyperbole, it is a truly nightmarish scenario.
Brevin Galloway explained on Instagram how he went to lift weights in the morning. When he came back from lifting he took a nap. Upon waking up, his “bal-s and his n-tsack were exploded.”
Clemson‘s Galloway said he went to the doctor and had surgery three hours later and now his parts ‘are reduced to the normal size.’
From Instagram, it sounds like Brevin Galloway will miss at least the next two games for Clemson, for uhhh, a medical reason. I’ll let him explain.
⚠️ (Warning: graphic description) pic.twitter.com/ppAMDMLTxR
— Austin Pendergist (@apthirteen) January 27, 2023
Brevin Galloway has been a crucial piece of the Clemson Tigers Basketball puzzle this season. He ranks 4th on the team with 10.6 points per game. 4th in minutes played. And Galloway is 1 of 4 players to appear in all 21 games for Clemson so far this season.
Clemson coach Brad Brownell was asked about Brevin’s explosive injury. His reponse was:
Just got off the phone with Clemson coach Brad Brownell about Brevin Galloway’s latest IG post.
“No comment.” 😅
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) January 27, 2023
Brevin himself later took to Twitter to describe what he was going through:
Idk what happened today but it was the worst pain I've ever experienced 😭😭😭 we good though 💜🧡
— Brevin Galloway (@BrevinGalloway) January 27, 2023
That tweet was greeted by an onslaught of well-wishes from Clemson fans. There were only a handful of ‘Randy Marsh’ jokes in there with most people taking his injury seriously.
His teammate Jack Nauseef chimed in:
Prayers up for @BrevinGalloway 🙏 But man this dude is so funny😂 He is literally that same goofy personality everyday, get well soon brotha🧡
— Jack Nauseef (@jacknauseef1) January 27, 2023
Here’s to hoping for a full and speedy recovery for Brevin Galloway.
The Clemson Tigers are 17-4 on the season. They lead the ACC and are currently ranked 24th.