Lorenzen Wright Found Dead

July 29, 2010 by staff 

Lorenzen Wright Found DeadLorenzen Wright Found Dead, (Associated Content) — “Lorenzen Wright found dead ‘first reports emerged yesterday. With Wright Lorenzen found dead, bears the brunt of the search for Wright. Before being found dead, the former NBA
Veteran had been reported missing for 10 days. The search ended in Southeast Memphis, where a body was found behind an apartment building. After his family came to see it officially stated that Lorenzen Wright was found dead, although there are still many unanswered questions.

Wright first made a name for himself as a star college in Memphis, before playing nearly 800 games for five teams in the NBA. Despite the number average, still make millions of people and was very well appreciated in the basketball community. But with Lorenzen Wright found dead, bringing a tragic end to his life and strange.

The former player was last seen July 18 in Memphis, as the word was that he would leave soon. But when he left no word for four days, his family filed a missing complaint on 22 July. Six days later, police finally found his body in Southeast Memphis.

Not only was found dead Wright, who was found with multiple gunshot wounds. According MyEyewitnessNews in Memphis, local authorities have found a cell phone recording of Wright, the night may have been murdered.

The call was allegedly carried out at 1 am on July 19, the day after Wright was last seen. The caller “sounded frightened and shouted two bad words, then nothing more is heard shots. Why he was killed, and who would kill him, are the obvious questions unresolved story.

Having found dead Lorenzen Wright may be considered more of a big deal because he played basketball. Never was a big star, but was the seventh overall pick in the NBA in 1996 by the Clippers. After three years, reached a substantial agreement for the Hawks, but ended up spending most of his career in his hometown of Memphis.

After playing five years with the Grizzlies, finished his career with the Hawks, the Kings and the Cavaliers before retiring in 2009. In his personal life, had six children, but lost seventh at a young age, and had a father who was paralyzed by a gunshot wound.

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