NBA LeBron’s former teammate is bipolar and his image worries the NBA
Ethe former player Delonte West, the strangest soul in the NBA, has materialized his descent into hell. Former player of Celtics, Cavaliers y Mavericks, after circling the world in a vdeo where it was being kicked in the middle of the street and handcuffed, has now starred in a new image that has set off alarms about its current state.
In the photograph you can see the former player, who won $ 16.2 million in nine seasons in the NBA, like a Homeless and asking for money at a traffic light in Dallas. An image that confirms the definitive fall of the former teammate of LeBron James in the Cleveland Cavaliers.
West, 36, came to the NBA from St. Joseph and was selected by the Boston Celtics as No. 24 of the 2004 draft. The base jug 432 games in the best league in the world and averaged 9.7 points; 3.6 assists and 2.9 rebounds before ending his career in 2012.
The former player, who suffers from bipolar disorder, has already been the protagonist of different scandals even as a player. For example, in 2009 he was arrested carrying multiple firearms, while in 2012 he was fined by the NBA itself for stick your finger in Gordon Hayward’s ear in the heat of confrontation between the Mavericks and the Jazz.
In 2010 his name made the headlines again when it was rumored that he maintained a relationship with Gloria James, the mother of former Cavaliers teammate LeBron James. While in 2016 another image of him was seen asking on the street to alert about the status of the former player. West himself assured that he was not homeless and that he was helping a homeless person, but he remembered his mental problems and how he was trying to fight the demons that continue to lurk around every corner.
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