A man who was ranked by the Las Vegas Sun as the 20th best player in UNLV Rebels history is now homeless on Los Angeles streets.

All the man has is his memories of once being a top college prospect.

Lewis Brown, standing at 6’11 and 260 pounds, now washes windows at a local gas station and sleeps in a box.

Read more at NYTimes


Former NBA star goes from first class to homeless shelters

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