Netease Sports reported on October 15:
Former NBA player Deront West, who was wandering on the streets before, is recovering quickly in the rehabilitation facility and is ready to proceed.
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"I hope he can stick to it, because the first few weeks will be difficult, very difficult."
Prior to this, West was found wandering on the streets of Dallas, begging with placards. Later, Cuban contacted him, picked him up at a gas station, and arranged for him to enter a rehabilitation facility. Cuban said he will take on all of West's follow-up
The initial stage of recovery is detoxification, which completely discharges all the drugs and alcohol in the body, and West is also cooperating with treatment.
Cuban hopes that West will be successful this time, "It is not easy to experience recovery and get rid of addictive substances, and it is also very difficult for him to face mental illness. Therefore, I hope he can fight all the way. in the end."
Last week, Cuban posted a picture of West riding a horse with a smiling face and thanked all sectors of society for their care on his behalf.
West played for the Mavericks in the 2011-12 season. He was the 24th rookie in the 2004 NBA Draft. He played for 8 seasons, playing for the Sonics, Mavericks, Cavaliers and Celtics. He was suffering from mental illness before. Many people tried to help him contact the medical institution for treatment, but they were all rejected by West.