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FORMER NBA PLAYER ROBERT SWIFT WON’T MOVE OUT OF HOME AFTER FORECLOSURE!

FORMER NBA  PLAYER ROBERT SWIFT WON’T MOVE OUT OF HOME AFTER FORECLOSURE!
Growing up in Bakersfield, CA I grew up around the same time Robert Swift was dominating the high school ranks, even played against him a few times where our teams lost badly to him. Swift was destined for the NBA being a 7ft monster in the paint against kids who hadn’t even with through puberty yet, which lead him to be drafted straight out of high school. Not only did he fail miserably in the NBA but reports have surfaced that his $1.35 million home has been foreclosed. But that’s not all. He is refusing to leave even after a new homeowner has purchased it. The new owner bought the house in Washington for half the price paid in 2006. But he is unable to move in as there is a car without a hood sitting on the driveway, empty cans of beer everywhere and a bullet hole is in a garage window. The 27-year-old has gone way past the grace period to move out. He has one last deadline before the new owner can request authorities to get involved. Swift was drafted by the Sonics No. 12 overall out of high school in 2004 and signed a $4.4 million contract for three years. But he was plagued by injuries before his NBA career ended in 2008-09 after the Sonics became the Oklahoma City Thunder. Swift eventually played in Japan. In 2006, he bought the four-bedroom, 6,200-square foot home valued at $1.3 million. Swift owed $1 million on the house last July, according to a foreclosure notice.