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 Lead.com 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.