In Calabasas, a pickup basketball game turned heated, resulting in NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Owens being hit by a car. Southern California authorities have confirmed the incident.
Terrell Owens, a former NFL player and Hall of Famer, is pictured in this photo taken by Dylan Buell/Getty Images.
According to a representative of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the conflict between the renowned NFL player and his opponent on the basketball court intensified in the 2600 block of Rondell Street, near Las Virgenes Road.
After the game, the other basketball player drove his car into Owens’ knee and then quickly left the scene.
Fortunately, Owens emerged unscathed and did not need any medical attention after the alarming incident.
An assault with a deadly weapon report was filed by LASD at the location. The investigation is still ongoing, and no arrests have been announced yet.
The photo captured Terrell Owens, a well-known personality in the sports industry.
He has gained a reputation as a remarkable athlete during his time as a wide receiver. He has also participated in several charity basketball games for celebrities.
According to TMZ, Terrell Owens, a former NFL wide receiver, was recently captured on camera getting into a physical altercation with a man outside a CVS in Inglewood.
In 2018, the Pro Football Hall of Fame inducted Owens, recognizing his outstanding career. He played for several teams, such as the San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, and Philadelphia Eagles.
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