The body of former UCLA basketball player William "Billy" Knight has been found on a roadway in Phoenix, Arizona just days after he posted a video online saying "this is probably my last message on Earth".
TMZ Sports reported Knight could've been sentenced for more than 50 years if he had been found guilty of all charges.
Knight played for the Bruins from 1997 to 2002, averaging eight points and two rebounds per game. Each season they advanced to the NCAA Tournament under Steve Lavin and reached the regional semifinals in his final three seasons.
It's the second death of a former UCLA basketball player in the past week. He averaged 14.1 points in his final season at UCLA, second on the team, behind former National Basketball Association player Jason Kapono (16.0), and just ahead of ex-NBAer Matt Barnes (13.5).
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The athletic trainer opened up about having regrets and living what he described to be a "life of sin" that involved lying, cheating and stealing - even to the ones he loved most. Knight's official cause of death has yet to be determined, but will be examined by the Maricopa County Medical Examiner.
"I am lost in life and I feel like there is no hope. I isolated myself from my friends, and that's not something you should do", the former basketball player said in his recorded YouTube video. If this happens, you probably have a mental illness. I hear voices in my head constantly and I don't know where they come from. "No officers were injured and it's unknown if the suspect was struck", said the Los Angeles Police Department at the time. I was a taker. "I just ask God for forgiveness for all the wrong I've done". Life is not a game. I isolated myself from my family members. Speaking to the Los Angeles Daily news, Escoto said that "Honeycutt had been going through some things." . He wasn't chosen in 2002 NBA Draft but played professionally in France and Japan.
TMZ was the first to report the news.
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