Marshall's Kane honors his father's memory
DeAndre Kane was done with basketball. His mind was mush. His heart crushed. He just wanted to go home.
At least once every other day Kane would talk to his father, Calvin, about basketball, his shot, his game and how he had to lead Marshall.
And then, without notice, he was gone.
The cruelty of a brain aneurysm for those who have lost a loved one to this sudden death is that there's no chance to say goodbye, to reflect, to simply prepare for the grieving process.
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