Delonte West ready to take his talents to Home Depot during lockout

Boston guard Delonte West is facing many of the same financial hardships of other NBA players during the lockout.

But West, who has made $14,083,519 during his seven-season NBA career, is doing something about making ends meet while he can’t count on a regular paycheck.

The Big reports that West hashoping for work while he can’t play in the NBA.

West has already been told by a judge thatto pursue an overseas career during the lockout because he can’t leave the country.

You will remember that Westand was sentenced by a Prince George’s County (Md.) judge to eight months of home detention, two months of probation and 40 hours of community service in a deal that allowed him to retain his NBA career.

West had been charged with six weapons offenses and two traffic violations. He pleaded guilty to carrying a dangerous weapon — an eight-inch bowie knife — and illegally transporting a handgun in the incident in suburban Washington.

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