G. McConway
August 23, 2023

Former College Basketball Player Dead at 23

I hate to say it, but here we go again.

Another young athlete found dead… this time it is former Arkansas and Houston University basketball player Reggie Chaney, reported Fox News.

Chaney was found unresponsive in his apartment by a friend, and he was pronounced dead at the scene by responding paramedics.

He was 23 years old.

What Is Going On?

The cause of death was not immediately released, but authorities did state that there was nothing suspicious about his death, reported Sports Illustrated.

When they say that, the usual logical conclusion is that the individual committed suicide, but I just don’t see that here.

While I could obviously be wrong, Chaney had everything to live for.

He had an exceptional college career, he loved his friends and teammates, and he was slated to start a pro career overseas in the upcoming season.

If it was not suicide, then when killed this young man who was a world-class athlete?

Once again, we have to go back to the vaccine and the possible side effects that seem to be obliterating that generation.

If his death was a suicide, is something being triggered that has all these young people taking their lives?

If he had a cardiac arrest, as we have seen far too often among these young athletes, is this something that is triggered by the vaccine?

I still cannot figure out why so few people are asking that question when the vaccine is the obvious common link, or COVID, in all of these cases.

And if it was suicide, why are these rates also out of control among this demographic? Why does nobody want the answer to these questions?

Chaney started his career in Arkansas, then transferred to Houston before the start of the 2020-21 season.

His team made it to the Final Four that season. The following season, Chaney won some personal accolades, winning the American Athletic Conference Sixth Man of the Year award.

Rest in peace, young man.

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