NBA: From NBA star with 91 million and 11 children with 9 different women to gunman: Shawn Kemp’s collapse

Shawn Kempone of the most popular players in the NBA in the 1990s, was arrested and booked into the Pierce County (Washington) jail accused of participating in a drive-by shooting.

Tacoma police report an altercation, involving multiple shots, between the occupants of two vehicles near a Tacoma shopping center.

No one was injured in the shooting and the police have already recovered a firearm.

Shawn Kemp, who is 53, was charged with shooting from a drive-by, a felony which could carry a prison sentence of up to 10 years.

Who is Shawn Kemp, the Reign Man of the NBA?

Shawn Kemp, former player of Seattle SuperSonics, Cleveland Cavaliers, Portland Trail Blazers y Orlando Magicwhich was 6 times All Starwas previously arrested for two drug-related incidents in 2005 and 2006.

In 2020 Shawn Kemp, who earned more than $91 million in his 14-year NBA career and played in the 1996 Finals with the Sonics, I opened a cannabis dispensary.

Shawn Kemp, number 17 of the 1989 NBA Draft without playing in the NCAA, was a powerful wing-pvot of 2.08 m. and 117 kilos with incredible physical conditions that averaged 14.6 points and 8.4 rebounds.

Shawn Kemp is unstoppable. He is terrifying, nobody wants to defend him

Eddie Johnson

“Shawn Kemp is unstoppable. He’s terrifying. Nobody wants to defend him. I told him he’s getting more and more like Karl Malone. When he gets in the zone you don’t want to get in his way.” That’s how Eddie Johnson described him.

Throughout his sports career Kemp suffered from overweight problems and his messy life off the slopes weighed him down sportingly..

Officially Kemp has seven children with six different women.although at the end of his career it was even said that he had 11 children with nine different women.

Shawn Kemp, the most beastly killer in NBA history?

Shawn Kemp, the most beastly killer in NBA history?

Shawn Kemp, junto a Gary Paytonput Seattle back on the NBA map in the 1990s. The power forward played in the Finals against the Jordan Bulls (in 1996, in what would be Chicago’s fourth ring) and made the Sonics one of the fashionable teams during the 90s thanks to a spectacular game that made him one of the best matadors in the history of the league.


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