UPDATE (4:15pm on Wednesday) -- Leandro Barbosa's dog Maya was located Wednesday afternoon by a police officer.
A police officer found Maya, thank god! 🙏🙏🙏— Leandro Barbosa (@TheBlurBarbosa) November 2, 2016
Thank you all, for all the effort and positive energy.
Maya's coming home!!! pic.twitter.com/cUndT73HM3
I don't have enough words to thank you Sergeant Don Blume!— Leandro Barbosa (@TheBlurBarbosa) November 2, 2016
I can only wish you to continue to bless this community with your beautiful work pic.twitter.com/2ZEZhuPxP7
If you live in Phoenix or the surrounding area, Leandro Barbosa needs your help.
The former Warriors guard took to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon because his dog, Maya, is missing.
Maya is an American Staffordshire, she is 2 years old and very kind, not aggressive at all.— Leandro Barbosa (@TheBlurBarbosa) November 2, 2016
Please share this with as much people you can pic.twitter.com/f2gunDS9zh
Barbosa signed a two-year deal with the Suns last offseason.
He played for the Warriors the prior two years, winning the title in 2015.
The 33-year old scored in double figures in Games 1, 2 and 6 of last year's Finals.