German NBA Pros: Stars Without Shine

EIt was late when Dennis Schroeder faced a nasty surprise at a crossroads in Hollywood on his way home from a game against the San Antonio Spurs in late January. The police stopped his minibus driven by one of his personal assistants. He removed the handcuffs he puts on after every game to restore circulation, put on sweatpants and went out into the street in nothing but socks, where he saw himself surrounded by “twenty, twenty-five, thirty-five people.” cars”, “so really uptight”, as he later said in the video. The report can be found on his YouTube channel and has since been viewed by nearly half a million users.

The policemen were not squeamish. Schroeder was handcuffed. “I didn’t know what was going on when they told me the car had been stolen.” The action prompted by the license plate check turned out to be a misunderstanding. Half an hour later he was allowed to go on. Among other things, law enforcement officers found out who they were targeting: a 29-year-old basketball professional who signed a contract with the Los Angeles Lakers for the second time since the start of the NBA season and is rich enough to buy expensive cars and provide personal assistants.

Source: Frantfurter Allgemeine

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