Former UCLA basketball player Billy Knight dies at age 39

UCLA basketball alum Billy Knight found dead after posting YouTube video

Former UCLA basketball player Billy Knight found dead after posting cryptic YouTube video

His cause of death will ultimately be determined by the Maricopa County Medical Examiner. The alleged crime occurred April 1, 2017. Knight was 39 years old.

Phoenix Police responded after Knight was found by Phoenix Fire and pronounced dead. The Phoenix do not suspect any foul play in Billy's death.

"This is probably my last message on Earth", Knight says on the video we're not linking to. Tyler Honeycutt died Saturday morning after a police standoff in Sherman Oaks. "I lied, I cheated and I stole", he said.

He talks about depression and apologizes to loved ones in the video.

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'I was a taker. and that's why my life ended up where it is now.

Knight, who was facing six felonies, apparently chose to end his life instead.

Honeycutt died after a police standoff in Sherman Oaks, Calif. Knight averaged 14.1 points and 3.5 rebounds per game in his senior season for the Bruins before a brief global basketball stint in Japan. You can't play around with life. Later in the video he says "I just feel like I don't belong here on Earth". Basketball coach Dinos Trigonis said on Twitter that he knew the Knight family for more than 20 years. He follows by admitting to a life of sin, discussing mental illness, and apologizing to his family and friends. "I just want to at least help them out by at least putting this on YouTube".

Knight cited his religion, saying "I am sorry, Lord", and acknowledged that he could end up in heaven, hell or somewhere in between. He would go undrafted by the National Basketball Association, but played until 2016 for various teams around the world in countries like France and Japan. At the time of his death, he had been on the staff of the Northern Arizona Suns, a developmental G league team affiliated with the NBA's Phoenix Suns.

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