MANHATTAN | Kansas State basketball coach Frank Martin is recovering at home after being treated for blood clots that formed after a recent knee surgery.
Martin had surgery on his right knee May 6. It was the 45-year-old Martin's second surgical procedure on the knee in the last two months. He has been receiving treatment for the clot at a Manhattan hospital every 12 hours since the clot was found on Friday.
Martin told KSHB-TV in Kansas City Sunday night that he is on house rest and is taking blood thinners. He says doctors believe they found the blood clot early, and as long as he follows the doctor's orders he should be fine.
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