Texas sophomore guard Andrew Jones, who was diagnosed with leukemia in January, is seeing improvement in his condition, his family announced on Saturday. "We do want everyone to know that in the last two weeks, Andrew has made some positive strides," his family said in a statement released by the school. "He's even been able to get out of bed and move around some, which is a huge difference from when he was first diagnosed in Austin." Jones, whose condition was announced on January 10, was moved to the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston on Jan. 19, where he continues to undergo treatment. The 6-foot-4 Jones was second on the team in scoring (13.5 points per game) before his diagnosis.
Texas' Andrew Jones seeing 'positive strides' to leukemia treatments
ESPN | Feb 3