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Former NBA player Latrell Sprewell was reportedly arrested for disorderly conduct on New Year's Eve. Milwaukee police received multiple complaints about loud music coming from Sprewell's home.No other details were released other than the fact that police received the complaints within an hour of each other Monday afternoon and that they had received several complaints of loud music coming from Sprewell's home in recent months, as well.The 42-year old was booked into the nearby jail at around 4:15 p.m. Sprewell split his 13-year NBA career between the Golden State Warriors, Minnesota Timberwolves, and most notably, the New York Knicks. He was named an All-Star four times and earned All-NBA First Team honors in 1994.He accumulated 16,712 points in his professional career, which amounts to 18.3 PPG.Via Journal Sentinel.
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We haven’t heard much from Latrell Sprewell as of late, but the latest word on Sprewell is that he is still doing Sprewell type things. According to a police report filed recently, Latrell was arrested over New Year’s eve for disorderly conduct because he was apparently playing music too loudly.
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Former NBA player Latrell Sprewell was arrested on Monday afternoon for disorderly conduct. The Journal Sentinel reports that Sprewell was booked for blasting his music on New Year’s Eve. Milwaukee police received a couple of complaints of the loud music and arrested the former NBA player. The Journal Sentinel also [...]
Ex-NBA player Latrell Sprewell reportedly arrested on New Year's
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