Clemson basketball star Brevin Galloway earns himself a lucrative NIL deal with an UNDERWEAR brand
Clemson basketball star Brevin Galloway earns himself a lucrative NIL deal with an UNDERWEAR brand… just a week after going viral with hospital video revealing freak testicle injury
Clemson basketball’s Brevin Galloway has turned his painful testicle injury into a NIL deal with underwear company Shinesty, and seems to be on the mend following the freak incident.
In an Instagram video posted from a hospital bed last week, the Tigers guard Galloway claimed his ‘balls and nut sack exploded’ after waking up from a nap, forcing him to sit out of that night’s game – and the team’s next one.
Now, Galloway has received ‘an undisclosed amount of cash’ and enough underwear to last him through his college career, with the guard saying his doctor blamed the bizarre injury on ‘loose boxers.’
‘Now I can focus on dropping 3’s since I know Ball Hammocks won’t drop my 2’s,’ Galloway said in a press release announcing his new endorsement deal.
The release also said that Galloway would return to the court ‘later this month.’
Clemson basketball guard Brevin Galloway claimed his ‘balls and nut sack exploded’
The company features underwear with a ‘supportive pouch to keep balls safe and secure’
Galloway chronicled his injury last week on social media, describing it as the ‘worst pain I’ve ever experienced.’
‘So, this morning I went to lift, came back, took a nap, woke up and my balls and nut sack were exploded,’ he said in a video posted to Instagram.
‘Now, I go to the doctor; I have surgery; three hours later, my balls are reduced to a normal size.
‘I don’t know what happened to my balls. I guess they were trying to be like basketballs. ‘
Thankfully for the senior, he underwent surgery and three hours later his testicles were back to their normal size.
The six-foot-two guard captioned his Instagram video that he would be back on the court in seven days.
He also jokingly added that his fiancee, Kayla, who he got engaged to in October 2022, ‘gotta chill in the bedroom.’
His injury was another blow for an already-undermanned Clemson team with Chase Hunter and Alex Hemenway both having missed several games and there is no indication of when they will return.
The senior has missed the last two Clemson games recovering from the injury
The six-foot-two guard described the issue as the ‘worst pain he’s ever experienced’