Basketbalový svet zasiahla velým smutná správa. Caleb Swanigan, former Portland and Sacramento player, dies after 25 years. Rodak, from Indianapolis, was selected by the Portland representative with the 26th overall pick in the first round of the 2017 draft. Officially, he died in a state of nature.
“Our thoughts and prayers go out to Caleb’s family and friends,” Purdue wrote on its Twitter account, with Swanigan raving about it. “The world has lost a tender soul. We love you.”
Others, like his former teammate Ryan Klein, also expressed their condolences on social networks. “It is always fun to be with you. You will always be my friend. Fly vysoko, you will miss our many brothers,” he said to the dead.
Furthermore, Swanigan’s talent may never have been discovered had it not been for former American football star Roosevelt Barnes, who played for the Detroit Lions and is now a sports agent.
Before Barnes adopted him, Swanigan Jr. was running around the homeless center. Eventually, he became one of the best players in Indiana, and before that, he played in the most beautiful basketball league in the world.
At the 2017 deadline, the Portland Trail Blazers will be drafted in the first round. In addition to this destination, you also play for the Sacramento Kings in the NBA. Besides basketball, he also tried to start a rap career. In April, he posted a video clip, but wrote on his Instagram that he was already planning other nefarious projects.