Former Warriors Star Clifford Rozier Dead at 45

Former Warriors Star Clifford Rozier Dead at 45

The Golden State Warriors are on top of the world this year, but the team lost one of its former stars this week. Former Golden State Warriors’ and the first-round pick in 1994 Clifford Rozier has died.

Read on to learn more about the passing of Clifford Rozier has learned that college basketball star and Golden State Warriors’ first-round pick in 1994 Clifford Rozier died from a heart attack.

The news about Clifford Rozier passing away Friday after suffering from a heart attack according to a Facebook post from his family.

Kobie Rozier wrote on Facebook Friday afternoon:

For the last few days my brother big Cliff been fighting for his life after having a heart attack. Today he lost his fight. Rest easy big bro and I’ll see you again one day.

The Herald-Tribune recapped a story they posted in 2010 regarding Rozier who was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.

Here is what they reported back in 2010:

He was a recovering crack addict who spent five years wandering the streets, sometimes carrying a pistol, often hearing voices. Voices telling him to jump in front of cars, confront police so they would shoot him, or jump from a building to see if he could fly.

After spending time in jail cells and psychiatric wards, Rozier lived in a Bradenton halfway house with nine other men.

Rozier said at the time:

Ain’t nobody heard from me in almost 10 years. I don’t go nowhere. I keep to myself. I want to stay here.


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