Former NBA player Delonte West, who was recently homeless, is now in rehab and doing well...

"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.
See the pics here.
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frick your life up bad enough and you too can get an all expenses paid vacation to an adult summer camp.
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That's cool and all, but what about all the other homeless guys who fricked LeBron's mom?
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Mark Cuban making sure to post it, so he gets the PR. If you want to help someone, just do it. T
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Stop shitting on everything that is good
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Until your hero Bernie takes over, I can say shite on whatever I want.
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I’m not a Mark Cuban fan but I do salute him on helping this guy out.
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More like smashing LeBron's Mom.
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I am forever grateful to him for fricking LeBron's mom.
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Did he really??
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He's probably only at that facility because he was a professional athlete and because Mark Cuban likes some good publicity, but every addict that gets rehabilitated is good for society. Best wishes to him and all other individuals seeking receiving treatment.
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He will be back on the streets within 6 months
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Saw him the other day at Highland Park finish a whole doobie in one puff and then proceeded to ace hole 6.
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Facility manager intercepted a package of crack from Lebron
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