Published: Mon, July 09, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Former UCLA, NBA player Tyler Honeycutt found dead after shootout with police

Former UCLA, NBA player Tyler Honeycutt found dead after shootout with police

Honeycutt played at UCLA during the 2009-11 seasons and was drafted 35th overall by the Kings in 2011 draft.

Residents of the apartment complex were evacuated as police attempted to speak to Honeycutt by cellphone. He reportedly opened fire on police, prompting return fire, before barricading himself inside.

When SWAT officers entered the residence around 3:30 a.m. Saturday, police located an "unresponsive male" and pronounced Honeycutt dead at the scene, according to a tweet from the LAPD. Los Angeles Fire Department officials declared him dead at the scene.

The LAPD confirmed the suspect "fired a shot out of the residence and officers returned fire". ". No officers were injured and it was unknown if the suspect had been struck by the officers' gunfire".

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They later tweeted that the suspect appeared to have suffered from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

The former UCLA and Sacramento Kings player was contracted to Moscow's BC Khimki, who confirmed his death on Twitter. Honeycutt's National Basketball Association career was short, but he played overseas a number of seasons. After his second season at UCLA, he left to play in the National Basketball Association.

Our condolences to the Honeycutt family, as well as his friends.

Tyler Honeycutt once had a bright future as a budding star at UCLA, but it never really translated into the National Basketball Association.

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Rest in peace, Tyler...

"RIP Tyler Honeycutt", Golden State Warriors player DeMarcus "Boogie" Cousins wrote.

Family members identified the man as Honeycutt on Saturday morning, ABC 7 reported.

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