Los Angeles Lakers guard Wayne Ellington takes leave of absence after father''s death
Lakers guard Wayne Ellington will take a leave of absence from the team after the shooting death of his father, the team announced Tuesday.
"My family and I are devastated by the news of my father''s Generika Levitra 10mg murder on Turinabol Roid Plus Sunday night in Philadelphia," Ellington said in a statement. "We appreciate everyone''s support and ask that you respect the privacy of our family during this very difficult time."
Ellington''s leave will be indefinite and 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone the team did not provide a timetable for his return. He signed with the Lakers this Kamagra 100 offseason "Jintropin China Supplier" after spending the previous season with the Mavericks. He also has played for the Cavs, Grizzlies and Timberwolves.
"Our players are upset for their friend and teammate," Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak said in a statement. "Additionally, ownership and all Lakers employees are also saddened by this tragedy. Those of us who work with and have gotten to know Wayne have come to know what a wonderful and caring person he is. Sunday.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that he was taken to Einstein Medical Center, where he was Testosterone Enanthate Forum pronounced dead later that night. No arrests have been reported.
Ellington was not with the Lakers on Tuesday night for their game in Memphis. Lakers coach Byron Scott said in his pregame comments that he learned of the senior Ellington''s death Sunday Tren Delantero Ford F100 72 night after the Lakers win over Charlotte.
"Driving home all I did was think about (Ellington)," Scott said. "It''s really just very sad news."
Scott said there is no timetable for the guard''s return. Ellington will be given the time to spend with his family. "When he''s ready . I''m sure he will rejoin us."
Scott recalled that Ellington Jr. was going to "buy cheap jintropin online" his car after the game when he apparently got the news about his father. The coach said other Lakers were with Ellington when Scott reached the player.
"This is our livelihood, but this is still just a game," Scott said. "This thing that''s happened to Wayne is real life. It kind of puts everything in perspective.