In a heartbreaking development coming from the world of basketball, former NBA player Brandon Hunter, who last played for the Boston Celtics recently died. Brandon Hunter's death was confirmed by his former basketball coach Jeff Boals as reported by US media. Brandon Hunter was only 42 years and and he was a former power forward, who played in the NBA for two seasons with the Boston Celtics and Orlando Magic. Notably, the 42-year-old former NBA star went into coaching, real estate, and sports management. Brandon Hunter played for the Ohio Bobcats in college from 1999 to 2003. Hunter was coached by Boals, who announced his death on X, formerly known as Twitter. Now, the question arises What happened to Brandon Hunter' or what is Brandon Hunter''s death reason?

Well, Brandon Hunter's cause of death is yet to be revealed as his family is keeping it under total wraps. Even, TMZ could not reveal what is Brandon Hunter's death reason to be exact. However, a user on social media alleged that Hunter died after he allegedly collapsed during a Yoga session. But, the claim is yet to be ascertained.

Talking more about Brandon Hunter's career, during his two seasons in the NBA, he played 67 games for Boston. In 2004, Brandon Hunter scored a career-high 17 points in a game with the Magic. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Hunter also played basketball overseas as well. The 6-foot-7, 266-pound athlete suited up for multiple international teams from 2006 to 2013, including Greece, Italy, and Puerto Rico.

What did fans say on Brandon Hunter's death?

A user wrote, "We are saddened to hear about the loss of Ohio basketball legend Brandon Hunter. Our thoughts are with Brandon’s family at this time."

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Another user wrote, "Ex-NBA Player Dies at 42 After Collapsing at Yoga Class. Brandon Hunter, a professional athlete who spent two seasons in the NBA, has died, according to friends."

One more user wrote, "Brandon Hunter Man I’m just in complete shock like we just spoke on last week …. I’m truly devastated by the news .. You were one of the guys that made basketball fun for me… Man got no words left just tears… You will be truly missed by me… 42 years old … Damn…."

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