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Trail Blazers Cliff Robinson Cause of Death Revealed Now

Cliff Robinson, a well known former star who played at the University of Connecticut. Trail Blazers, big man take his last breath at the age of 53 on Saturday.

He was almost 6-foot-10 and give his time from 1985-89 to the team. In 1988 he helped Huskies to win NIT. He spent his initial 8 years of career in Portland. He was the Uncle Cliffy who helped his franchise reach to the NBA Finals between 1990 to 1992. and at last, he was 6th Man of the Year in1993 at NBA. It was about 1994, when with the Trail Blazers brought in his first and last All-Star Game.

Everything Revealed About Cliff Robinson Cause of Death

The average points per game he made were 16.2 between the year 1989-97 and the total is 3,352  rebounds and 1,350 assists bit in a Trail Blazers uniform.

On Saturday evening a family statement announced in public that Robinson had been protesting against the battle with lymphomas from a year-long.

Lymphoma, it is a type of cancer. It initiates from the infection-fighting cells of the immune system, called lymphocytes. These cells are basically found in the lymph nodes, spleen, thymus and bone marrow. It also found in other parts of the body. When you are suffering from lymphoma. it means that lymphocytes change and keeps growing out of control.

There is one more news which reveals that Robinson also struggled with many other medical issues over the past few years. One of them is a stroke in 2017. At that time he has paralysed the left side of his body. But later Robinson has regained much of his arm and leg movement. Also, in the same year, he had a tumour in his jaw which was removed. In that crucial time, he also had a brain haemorrhage in 2018.

Despite all these difficulties, the Robinson tried to remain positive  support for Uncle Cliffy. The loss of Robinson at the age of 53 is unfortunate and people cannot believe that he is no longer with them.

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