Bison Dele was an American expert b-ball player who played community for the NBA's Orlando Magic, Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Clippers, Chicago Bulls, and Detroit Pistons. 

Caption: Late Player, Bison Dele

Bison Dele Parents

Buffalo Dele was born as Brian Carson Williams on 6th April 1969, in Fresno, California, the United States of America. His father was Eugene Williams and his mother Patricia Phillips. His dad worked as the vocalist of the melodic gathering The Platters. Shockingly, Bison's parents separated.

He grew up with his sibling,
Miles Dabord. His mom, Patricia remarried and brought them up in Fresno. Buffalo held an American nationality while he had a place with African-American and Cherokee ethnic foundations.

Education Details

He went to Saint Monica Catholic High School in Santa Monica, California, and later, moved to Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada. Further, he went to the University of Maryland and later, moved to the University of Arizona. Buffalo Dele was dynamic in b-ball since his school days. He played for two seasons for the University of Arizona.

Picture of Bison Dele with his friends
Caption: Picture of Bison Dele with his friends (Photo: Players Bio)

Later, he got drafted with the tenth pick in the first round of the 1991 NBA Draft by the Orlando Magic. From that point forward, he played for the Denver Nuggets for two seasons. A portion of different groups where he was related is Los Angeles Clippers, Chicago Bulls, and Detroit Pistons.

Bison Dele Cause of Death

In the year 2002, Bison disappeared suddenly and many theories and conspiracies were made by numerous news channels, media, and people. However, any proof regarding the issues didn't found. Then media circulated the information regarding Bison was dead. 

Picture of late Bison Dele
Caption: Picture of late Bison Dele (Photo: Bio gossipy)

When the concerned authorities, who searched him, found only the boat, but not the passengers’ sign Bison’s death was confirmed. He along with his girlfriend, Serena Karlan, and Boat’s Captain were in the boat. However, Miles Dabord died due to an overdose. Miles died in between of nowhere though the main suspicious person. Then his girlfriend Erica Weise, Miles was the one to kill Bison.

Picture of late Bison Dele
Caption: Picture of late Bison Dele (Photo: Sports llustrated)

According to Erica, Dabord and Bison argued while they were sailing in Tahiti. Then he punched Bison’s girlfriend, Serena accidentally hit and died when her head struck part of the boat. After that, Dabord killed Shaldon, the boat captain, by hitting him on the wall. Miles murdered Bison in self-defense then dumped all three bodies. So main cause of Bison Dele's death was murdered by his older brother, Miles Dabord.

Bison Dele Net Worth

Bison Dele had a net worth of $20 million at the time of his death. At the hour of his retirement, he was viewed as the most generously compensated player of the club, Detroit Pistons as he had marked the five-year contract with them. In the event that he played that season, his agreement would have helped him acquire more than $36.4 million.

Was Bison Dele Married? His Wife

Bison Dele was dating his late girlfriend, Serena Karlan during the hour of his passing. Around then, there was some news seeing their marriage as they were frequently observed together in people in general. Lamentably, the two vanish in the South Pacific.

His Past Relationship 

Before Serena, Bison Dele was in a sentimental relationship with an American vocalist, musician, on-screen character, and businessperson, Madonna Louise Ciccone. Subsequent to dating for certain years, they chose to isolate their ways and said a final farewell to one another.

Bison Dele's photo attched with girlfriend
Caption: Bison Dele's photo attached with girlfriend (Photo: The Cinemaholic)

Bison Dele's Height

Bison Dele had a height of 6 feet 10 inches or 2.11 m tall. While his body weight was 118kg at the hour of death. Dele's both hair and eyes were dull earthy colored in shading.

Career of Bison Dele

Bison was drafted with the 10th pick in the first round of the 1991 NBA Draft by the Orlando Magic after playing for two seasons at Arizona. However, he had limited action during two seasons in Orlando. Then he joined the Denver Nuggets, for whom he played two seasons. He played a career-high 80 games and averaged 8.0 points per game from the year 1993 to 1994. Also, he played one year for the Los Angeles Clippers, earning increased playing time and averaging 15.8 points per game.

Picture of Bison Dele playing basketball
Caption: Picture of Bison Dele playing basketball (Photo: Clips Nation)

Dele could not find a team at the beginning of the 1996–97 season after the asking price was too high. Then he was signed by the Chicago Bulls nine games before the end of the season. Also, he became an important backup player in the Bulls' run to their fifth championship. Bison set career highs of 16.2 points and 8.9 rebounds per game from the year 1997 to 1998. Actually, he changed his name to Bison Dele to honor his Native American (Cherokee) and African ancestry and played his final season under that name in the year 1998.

Retirement from Playing Career

At the age of 30, Dele suddenly retired from the NBA before the start of the 1999–2000 season. At the time of his retirement, Bison was still in the prime of his career. Also, he was the Pistons' highest-paid player but had strained relationships with the organization. 

Picture of Bison Dele playing basketball
Caption: Picture of Bison Dele playing basketball (Photo: Pinterest)

Then he decided to walk away from the remaining five years and US$36.45 million on his contract rather than be traded. Also, he had never been especially passionate about playing basketball. Bison had earned enough money to allow him to walk away from the pro game and lifestyle.