Former Thunder player Robert Swift loses home to foreclosure, refuses to leave

Former Seattle SuperSonic/Oklahoma City Thunder player Robert Swift made a reported $20 million during his NBA career, but things haven't gone as well for the first round draft pick in recent years. Swift lost his home to foreclosure, but he is reportedly refusing to leave.
Oklahoman Published: February 22, 2013

Former Seattle SuperSonic/Oklahoma City Thunder player Robert Swift made a reported $20 million during his NBA career, but things haven't gone as well for the first round draft pick in recent years.



Swift lost his home to foreclosure, but he is reportedly refusing to leave.

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