Last week, another photo of Delonte West resurfaced. The former NBA player was seen on the street holding a sign in Dallas, TX. But it looks like businessman and Dallas Maverick owner, Mark Cuban, is helping West get back on his feet.
In a video obtained by @tmz, Mark and Delonte were seen together at a convenience store.
TMZ reports that Cuban had been trying to get in contact with West for days. It’s also reported that Cuban took West to a hotel, in order to form a game plan.
“Sources connected to West’s family tell us that Cuban — who had been trying to reach DW on the phone for days — finally got in contact with Delonte … who agreed to meet the Mavs owner on Monday in Dallas.”
According to reports, Cuban is willing to pay for West’s treatment.
If you recall, earlier this year, former teammates and coaches expressed their concern for former NBA player Delonte West as a viral video showed him in need of help.
Multiple sources have reportedly told the site that the NBA, his former coach Doc Rivers, his former college teammate Jameer Nelson and the National Basketball Players Association have all reportedly been trying to lend a helping hand.
Delonte West played the Mavericks in the 2011-2012 season.