Zach LaVine is living a very sweet moment right now in the NBA. The Chicago Bulls guard received his first All-Star nod this season and he's ready to represent Team Durant in Atlanta this Sunday, in one game that will feature the best of the best in the league right now.
He made a big impression with fans but one of them took things to the next level, showing up at LaVine's house and refusing to leave the place until the police arrived, per TMZ.
Scary situation for Chicago Bulls star Zach LaVine -- cops were called to his home Thursday night after an allegedly obsessed woman showed up at his door and refused to leave.
Our law enforcement sources tell us ... 25-year-old LaVine was at his residence when the woman arrived.
We're told Zach did not know the woman -- but she had traveled from another state demanding to have a conversation with the young superstar.
When asked to leave the property, we're told the woman refused -- so cops were called.
Once help arrived, we're told officers took her to a local hospital for a mental health evaluation -- she was not formally arrested and has not been charged with a crime.
Neither LaVine nor his camp made comments on this situation. This is something very awkward and alarming for anybody and it must have been the same thing for the player.
DeMar DeRozan also starred in a very tense moment with a trespasser a couple of months ago, so NBA players have unfortunately being involved in these situations that nobody should ever live. Good thing nothing happened in either case, authorities arrived and the undesired people left those places.