Delonte West was spotted hanging outside the 7/11 store after footage appeared to show an ex-NBA star begging on the freeway

FORMER NBA star Delonte West was pictured hanging before a 7/11 in Virginia.

The 38-year-old has been through some tough times, having once played alongside legends like LeBron James.

Former NBA player Delonte West was spotted hanging outside of a 7-11

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Former NBA player Delonte West was spotted hanging outside of a 7-11Photo credit: TheImageDirect.com
The ex-basketball player was standing in front of a store in Alexandria

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The ex-basketball player was standing in front of a store in AlexandriaPhoto credit: TheImageDirect.com
The ex-basketball player talks to a few acquaintances

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The ex-basketball player talks to a few acquaintancesPhoto credit: TheImageDirect.com

Footage earlier this week appeared to show him begging at the side of a freeway in Alexandria, Virginia.

And these exclusive pictures show the ex-basketball player hanging outside a supermarket.

He wore a baggy white T-shirt and black pants as he chatted with a few acquaintances.

Video taken earlier in the week appeared to show West begging on the freeway.

A man in a truck is heard saying, “My dog ​​Delonte, eh [are] Are you doing my brother?”, according to a clip shared on social media.

West, holding a piece of cardboard, went to the vehicle to shake the man’s hand.

It is unknown what, if anything, West said to the man in the truck.

West played alongside James for the Cleveland Cavaliers between 2008 and 2010.

The veteran was part of the Big 3 draft pool alongside former NBA stars like Ty Lawson, Renaldo Balkman and Jordan Crawford.

West, who has battled addiction, was spotted in a hospital gown on the streets of Houston in 2016, reportedly begging for a change.

The former Cavalier was apparently spotted begging in north Dallas in September 2020.

Mark Cuban, the billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks, picked him up at a gas station just days later after the photos went viral.

Cuban reportedly took West to a Florida rehab center and paid for his treatment.

In January 2021, the Athletic reported that West had accepted a job at the therapy center.

Delonte West walks down a parking lot and checks his cell phone

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Delonte West walks down a parking lot and checks his cell phonePhoto credit: TheImageDirect.com
The ex-NBA player was apparently spotted begging this week

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The ex-NBA player was apparently spotted begging this weekPhoto credit: TheImageDirect.com
He played basketball alongside the likes of LeBron James just over a decade ago

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He played basketball alongside the likes of LeBron James just over a decade agoPhoto credit: TheImageDirect.com

West was arrested in Boynton Beach, Fla., in October 2021 after reportedly banging on the police department lobby doors, according to WPTV.

An arrest report claimed West hurled insults and continued to yell at officers when they told him to stop.

According to the police report, he was carrying two open containers of alcohol.

Police said West smelled of alcohol and slurred his speech.

He was accused of resisting arrest without violence and illegal intoxication.

West was released on bail on the morning of October 20, 2021.

He played seven seasons in the NBA after being selected by the Boston Celtics as the 24th pick in the 2004 draft.

West averaged 12.2 points per game for Boston during the 2006-07 season.

He was then traded to the Cavaliers and spent two and a half seasons in Ohio.

West then moved back to Boston and joined the Mavericks before his contract was canceled in 2012.

He played in the NBA D-League for the Texas Legends in 2013 before playing in China for Fujian Xunxing and the Shanghai Sharks.

West was re-signed by the Texas Legends in March 2015, but suffered a season-ending career injury and his contract was canceled a month later.

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