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Former NBA star found dead in his pool at California home

Jackson Vroman, 34, who played for the Phoenix Suns and New Orleans Hornets was at his home in Los Angeles County, California, on Monday when he drowned, the coroner’s office confirmed.

A former NBA star has been found dead in his pool after tripping, hitting his head and falling in.

Jackson Vroman, 34, was at his home in Los Angeles County, California, on Monday when he drowned, the coroner’s office confirmed.

The naturalized American Lebanese player who was friends with a host of celebrities, including Justin Bieber and Reggie Bush, was the 31st pick in the NBA Draft in 2004 and went on to play for Phoenix Sun and the New Orleans Hornets.

Dan Bilzerian, a popular social media figure dubbed the ‘King of Instagram’, first revealed the cause of his death after he tweeted a response to earlier reports Vroman was killed in a car crash.

Source: Former NBA star found dead in his pool at California home

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