Former NBA player sentenced to 3.5 years for possessing loaded gun

Former NBA player sentenced to 3.5 years for possessing loaded gun

He said that he didn't know the guns were in the auto because he was going through a divorce at the time and paid movers to put some of his belongings in his truck and transport them up from Florida to ny for him, before he arrived back.

Former NBA point guard Sebastian Telfair was reportedly sentenced to three and a half years in prison on Monday, stemming from a 2017 illegal firearm possession. "I can go play in China for six years and take care of my family". I'm waiting for my daughter right now to get her period.

Judge John Hecht responded to Telfair, telling him, "I'm not going to say very much, I've observed you throughout the trial". She hasn't even gotten her period yet'.

"Put a gun in his hand and fight for us n-a". I got an American Express, " Telfair said at Monday's hearing. In total, they found three loaded pistols, a gas-operated submachine gun, extended magazines, ammunition and the ballistic vest.

Telfair's NBA career began in 2004, when he was drafted 13th overall by the Portland Trail Blazers directly out of Brooklyn's Abraham Lincoln High, where he enjoyed a legendary career and earned national player of the year honors. He never lived up to the hype in the pros, but did play a decade in the National Basketball Association for eight different teams, finishing with career averages of 7.4 points and 3.5 assists per game.

In 2004, Telfair was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated, and over the next two years his experiences inspired a book and a documentary. He spent time with the Celtics, Timberwolves, Clippers, Cavaliers, Suns and Raptors.



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