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Life after the NBA has been anything but kind to Latrell Sprewell former NBA star. Sprewell’s River Hills home was foreclosed on in 2008. U.S. marshals auctioned off his 70-foot, $1.5 million yacht in 2007 and in 2011 Sprewell was among Wisconsin’s top “tax deadbeats,” owing the state $3.5 million in unpaid income taxes.
Sprewell was arrested for disorderly conduct Monday afternoon after police received repeated complaints about loud music coming from a house on E. Pleasant St. on Milwaukee’s east side, according to jail records reviewed by the Journal Sentinel Tuesday.
He was once noted for choking then coach of the Golden State Warriors P.J Carlesimo at the team’s practice. Sprewell played in the NBA for 13 seasons for the Golden State Warriors, New York Knicks and the Minnesota Timberwolves.
In 2005, according to media reports at the time, Sprewell turned down a $21 million three-year contract with the Timberwolves, suggesting the amount wasn’t enough to feed his children. If ...
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Former Minnesota Timberwolves forward Latrell Sprewell was arrested in Milwaukee on Monday, according to a report in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sprewell was arrested for disorderly conduct after police received multiple complaints about loud music.
Sprewell was booked into a Milwaukee jail Monday afternoon, according to the newspaper. This is not his first bout with legal troubles...
While you were busy spending time with family and friends on New Year’s Eve, former NBA player Latrell Sprewell was busy playing music. Loudly.
The music was apparently so loud that multiple people called the police to complain about it. This ultimately led to Sprewell being arrested for disorderly conduct and posing for the mug shot you see to the left.
The Journal Sentinel has...
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Ex-NBA player Latrell Sprewell reportedly arrested on New Year's
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J.R. Smith completes a difficult reverse alley-oop from teammate Pablo Prigioni in the fourth quarter of Thursday night’s home win over the Spurs:
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This pass from Pablo Prigioni to J.R. Smith looked like any average pass, but Smith somehow turned it into an incredible reverse alley-oop. Yeah, it’s pretty sick.
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