PURCHASE, N.Y. (AP) - Authorities say an ambulance was called to the suburban New York home of former New York Knicks basketball coach Isiah Thomas, and someone from the home was taken to a hospital.
Harrison Police Department Officer Vincent Lanzillotti says an ambulance responded to the 911 call early Friday. He declined to give any details, except to say a person was taken to White Plains Hospital.
WCBS Radio reported the call involved ``an issue with sleeping pills.''
Barry Watkins, vice president of communications for Madison Square Garden, told The Journal News newspaper, ``Isiah is fine.''

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