PlayerDeath hates net.Broadcast() ?

I have a killstreaks system for my gamemode, which will announce killstreaks in chat after a player gets more than 5.
However, when I do reach 6 kills, I seem to have a problem where it messes up a part of the gamemode where a player’s information appears under them and spams the console with this:

http://puu.sh/po3f6/6618139739.jpg

This is the current code I have to send it to all players:


function GM:PlayerDeath( victim, inflictor, attacker )
	if GetKillstreak( attacker ) > 5 then
		net.Start( "killstreak" )
		net.WriteEntity( attacker )
		net.Broadcast()
	end
end

And this is the code I had to receive it, in cl_init.lua


net.Receive( "killstreak", function( len, ply )
	player = net.ReadEntity()
	chat.AddText( Color(255, 80, 80, 255), player:Nick() .. " has a killstreak of " .. GetKillstreak( player ) .. "!" )
end )

Here’s the code for the player information (and where line 7 is):


hook.Add( "HUDPaint", "GMHUD", function( name )
	draw.SimpleText( "Level: " .. GetLevel( ply ) , "Trebuchet24", ScrW() / 15 - 10, ScrH() - 130, Color(26, 255, 104, 255), TEXT_ALIGN_CENTER, TEXT_ALIGN_CENTER )
	for k, v in pairs( player.GetAll() ) do -- THIS IS LINE 7!
		draw.DrawText( v:Nick().." L:"..GetLevel( v ).." K:"..GetKillstreak( v ).."
*"..string.upper(FoF( v )).."*", "TargetID", v:GetPos():ToScreen().x, v:GetPos():ToScreen().y, Color(255, 0, 0, 255), 1 )
	end
end )
function GM:HUDDrawTargetID()
	ent = LocalPlayer():GetEyeTraceNoCursor().Entity
	if ent:GetClass() == "player" then
		draw.SimpleText( ent:Nick().." L:"..GetLevel( ent ).." K:"..GetKillstreak( ent ), "CloseCaption_Bold", ScrW()/2, ScrH()/1.1, Color(255, 0, 0, 255), TEXT_ALIGN_CENTER, TEXT_ALIGN_CENTER )
	end
end

Before 6 kills:

http://puu.sh/po3aH/2cd4e83751.jpg

After 6 kills:

http://puu.sh/po3dk/63199e51c0.jpg

You’re shadowing the player variable in cl_init.lua

player = net.ReadEntity()

Get in the habit of using local variables when possible.

Oh, right, I keep forgetting about using “local”, I never found it important, though it proved itself to be at many points, yet I still ignored it in other things. I’ll have a go at that.

Edited: Edited all of the existing net libraries I had, trying it now

[editline]10th June 2016[/editline]

Now it works, please ignore my ignorance lmao