Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban told ESPN’s Tim MacMahon that he is attempting to help Delonte West get his life back together. Cuban confirmed an earlier TMZ report that he picked up Delonte West at a Dallas gas station to help out the former NBA player, who has been homeless. West, who played in the NBA from 2004-12, suiting up for the Boston Celtics (twice), Seattle SuperSonics, Cleveland Cavaliers and Dallas Mavericks, talked about his battles with bipolar disorder during his career. And TMZ cited sources close to West who said that family and friends have been attempting to get West to go to a drug rehabilitation facility, with Cuban offering to pay for his treatment. West last played for the Mavericks, and Cuban, in 2011-12. MacMahon wrote that Cuban was “among several people involved in the NBA who in recent years have been attempting to help West …” and added that “Cuban renewed those efforts after pictures circulated last week of West panhandling at an intersection in Dallas.” West was part of a terrific backcourt at Saint Joseph’s along with All-American Jameer Nelson. While Nelson won the Wooden and Naismith awards as the nation’s best player, West was a two-time… Read full this story
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