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Basketball Legend Dino Rađa Hospitalised After Motorcycle Crash in Split

CroatiaCroatian basketball legend Dino Rađa (46) has been taken to hospital after the motorcycle he was riding collided with a car in his native Split on Wednesday…

The former Boston Celtics forward was involved in the crash with a car when he out riding his motorcycle at around 11:00 am on Wednesday near the Marjan Park tunnel. Daily Slododna Dalmacija reports that Rađa was taken to hospital, but that his injuries were not serious and that he had just injured his leg. Witnesses say that Rađa got himself up after the crash and sat himself on the curb.

Rađa scored close to 4,000 points for the Boston Celtics during his 4-year NBA career, and won 2 Olympic medals.

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