Just hours after word got out about Kansas State men’s basketball head coach Frank Martin’s hospitalization with blood clots, he’s now “resting comfortably” at home, according to a report from the Topeka Capital-Journal. Martin had previously underwent surgery twice on his knee in the last two months, so he was being closely monitored.
A university spokesperson called the incident “minor complications” but more details come from NBC Action Sports’ Jack Harry:
“I’m on house rest. I really can’t do anything," Martin told Jack Sunday night after returning from the hospital. "I’m on blood thinners, they feel that they found the clot early enough that I didn’t have to get stuck in a hospital."
More details as they come will be posted throughout the day.