This Is Ex-NBA Player Delonte West Roaming Streets/Freeways Of Dallas HomelessN
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We know former NBA player Delonte West, who played with Boston and Cleveland, has had a rough go since leaving the league. He has recently been seen walking the streets and freeways of Dallas, poor guy...

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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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Viscous circle. You take your meds, you feel better, you feel better and then dont think you need your meds, disease takes over and back to where you began. Mental health issues are a bitch.
Reply8 days
That's Bubbles, from The Wire!
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While diagnosed with bipolar disorder, he has publicly disputed the diagnosis, instead suggesting that his behavior is a result of a combination of temporary depression and the stresses of a basketball player lifestyle.[23] (wikipedia) He played 11 years in the NBA.
Reply9 days
Cocaine is a hell of a drug.
Reply10 days
Mental illness is a bitch
Reply10 days
So is just being dumb with your money without mental illness.
10 days
That’s really sad
Reply10 days
It’s mind-boggling how the hell this happens.
Reply10 days
He also is bi-polar. But he made $20-30 million and nobody knows where any of it went?
Reply10 days
If you've ever dealt with someone who's manic, you don't have to ask this question.
10 days
I am sure LeBron's mom would put him up at her place.
Reply10 days
And to think at one point he was making millions of dollars and knocking down Lebron's mom. Sad story.
Reply10 days
NBA pension kicks in at 49.5 If he lives that long
Reply10 days
He made millions and blew it. But the NBA is giving him income and benefits! He is just a brain dead drug using poster child now!
Reply10 days
It’s up to him, I’m not judging him but through experience some people don’t want to change, if he’s “enjoying” himself, then it won’t happen.
Reply10 days
Unfortunate, but he obviously mad some bad decisions along the way.
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