Skip to comments.An Ex-NBA Player Who Made $11 Million In His Career Refuses To Leave His Foreclosed Home
Posted on 02/24/2013 4:53:37 PM PST by Colonel Kangaroo
Ex-Sonics player Robert Swift has refused to leave his Seattle home after it was foreclosed on last summer, KOMO News in Seattle reports.
Swift was drafted straight out of high school at age 19. He played three seasons for the Sonics and Thunder before falling out of the NBA, earning ~$11.5 million in salary.
After he flamed out, he became one of the league's most notorious cautionary tales for the dangers of leaping straight from high school to the pros.
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Quite the gift for words.
Stateside, per pound sale prices for cheap cuts of meat like boneless round steak, boneless thighs and boneless pork shoulder are $2, $1.30 and $1.50 respectively. I have heard that beef in Japan is $10 per pound
Times were tough for quite a few years after the war . My Japanese wife , now 61 ( I’m 60 ) , has told me stories about what the average person ate in those days . We had it SO good in America , but of course most Americans were happily unaware of just how tough it was here in Japan up until the early 60’s .
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