Former coach of National Basketball Association player found dead had grown concerned

Armed, barricaded suspect may be former NBA, UCLA basketball star: report

Person Dead After Police Exchanged Gunfire With Suspect at Sherman Oaks Home: LAPD

TMZ reported that Honeycutt's mother called the police and said her son was behaving erratically.

According to the LAPD, the incident began Friday at around 5 p.m. PT when police responded to a call about a "man with a gun" inside a Sherman Oaks residence. He appeared in 24 games for the Kings in two seasons, spending most of his time in the Kings' G-League affiliate, Reno Bighorns.

The police had to evacuate around 30 different people and at 2:30 am, the police found Mr. Honeycutt unresponsive inside the house, subsequently pronouncing him dead.

Honeycutt then barricaded himself in his home while officers waited diligently for any sign of self-defeat or retaliation.

LAPD posted on Twitter that "it appears as if the suspect was not struck by any officer's gunfire".

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Former UCLA and National Basketball Association player Tyler Honeycutt was reportedly killed in a shootout with police early Saturday morning. The Los Angeles Fire Department responded to the scene and pronounced the man dead. They were talking with Honeycutt when they say he fired his weapon. At the time, it was not immediately clear if the unresponsive male was the suspect.

Honeycutt would go on to play in Israel, Russia and Turkey.

Rest in peace, Tyler...

After being waived by the Rockets, Honeycutt went to play in the Euroleagues with BC Khimki in Russian Federation and Anadolu Efes in Turkey.

"RIP Tyler Honeycutt", Golden State Warriors player DeMarcus "Boogie" Cousins wrote. All morning, friends, family and fans took to social media to mourn the former Bruin.

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