Former NBA player Jackson Vroman died Monday as the result of a drowning accident, according to multiple reports.

Perform Media previously indicated Vroman, 34, died as the result of injuries sustained in a car accident based on early reports, including a tweet from the Lebanese national team.

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The 6-10, 220-pound Vroman, who had dual citizenship in the U.S. and Lebanon, was a former member of the Lebanese national team. In 2003-04, he became the first Iowa State player to lead the Big 12 in rebounding in 24 years.

The Los Angeles Times reported that Vroman was found dead in a swimming pool at his Los Angeles County home. There has been no official ruling from a coroner and an autopsy is scheduled for later this week, according to the Times.

Vroman, who

last played for the Capitanes de Arecibo in the Puerto Rico basketball league, was the son of former NBA player Brett Vroman.

Jackson Vroman was a second-round draft pick of the Bulls in 2004, but spent the 2004-05 season with the Suns and the following season with the Hornets. He played in 87 games over his four-year career.