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by Larry LeoNovember 3, 2020
Former NBA player Delonte West, who was recently homeless, is now in rehab and doing well...
quote:See the pics here.
"It's still an uphill battle, but he is climbing."
As we previously reported, Mark Cuban personally picked up West at a Dallas gas station last month and vowed to help out in any way he could after seeing pics of Delonte in late-September in bad shape, begging for money on the streets.
With the blessing of West's family, Cuban helped get Delonte -- a 2004 1st round NBA Draft pick -- into a treatment program ... and things have been going well ever since.
West started with a detox program -- and our sources told us he was "roughing it out" while getting all traces of drugs and alcohol out of his system.
Filed Under: NBA
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