Former NBA player Earl Cureton dies at 66, See Earl Cureton Cause of Death and Obituary

Earl Cureton was a well-known American professional basketball player. Earl Cureton was also known by his nickname “The Twirl”.

Earl Cureton played in the National Basketball Association (NBA) for the Houston Rockets, Philadelphia 76ers, Los Angeles Clippers, Detroit Pistons, Chicago Bulls, Charlotte Hornets, and Toronto Raptors.

Earl Cureton was born on 3 September 1957, Detroit, Michigan, United States. Earl Cureton’s height was 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) and his weight is 210 lb (95 kg). Earl Cureton did his studies at Finney High School in Detroit and the University of Detroit.

Earl Cureton Cause of Death and Obituary

Recently, the news of the death of former NBA player Earl Cureton has taken the internet world by storm. Earl Cureton died on February 4, 2024, at the age of 66, in Detroit, Michigan, US. The cause of death of Earl Cureton has not been disclosed yet.

After hearing the news of Earl Cureton’s death, his friends, relatives and loved ones expressed grief and paid tribute on social media.

Pistons owner Tom Gores paid tribute to Cureton, describing him as “one of the most generous, positive, and caring people” and highlighting his contributions both as a player and a community ambassador. Gores expressed deep sorrow over Cureton’s passing, emphasizing his role as a loving father and a valued friend. Cureton’s impact extended beyond the court, making him a beloved figure in the Detroit community.

Former Pistons player and Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas: “All of us are hurting with the unexpected loss of Earl Cureton. He was a tremendous teammate, tough competitor, a champion and a great human being. Earl always held the Detroit community close to his heart and worked tirelessly to make a difference for the city he loved. He will be greatly missed.”

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