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According to Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, former slam dunk champion Gerald Green “is safe and is healthy” after the 29-year-old ten-year veteran of the league collapsed unconscious without warning.

While the organization is remaining tight-lipped about Green’s condition, a little clarity has been offered up on the scenario thanks to the 911 call.

Via TMZ:

Miami Heat guard Gerald Green was unconscious and bleeding when someone at his condo complex called 911 … TMZ Sports has learned.

We obtained the call … made Wednesday morning … in which the caller tells 911, “I have a resident that just passed out. He’s bleeding. He just passed out right now.”

The operator informs the caller that help is on the way — and gives instructions on how to treat Green until emergency personnel arrives.

The nature of Green’s illness is still unclear — but as we previously reported, multiple people at the complex tell us they saw him acting strange in the lobby and screaming from the top of his lungs.

Once Miami-Dade Fire and Rescue arrived to the scene, they requested assistance because of a “combative patient” … so says the Miami Herald.

Eventually, Green was put in an ambulance and taken to a nearby hospital. No word on his current condition.

Listen to the Gerald Green 911 call down below.

Photo: Instagram/Gerald Green

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