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When news broke on Tuesday that Robert Swift had finally vacated his foreclosed Sammamish home, the story was accompanied by a handful of photos of the previously unseen interior. Images of guns, ammunition, empty beer cans and boxes of recruiting letters strewn about painted a vivid portrait of the life of an NBA lottery bust. As it turns out, KOMO TV’s initial report didn’t quite cover all the gory details. However, the fine folks over at BuzzFeed pursued it further, and their account — an interview with the new owner, plus an array of new photos — paints an even more disgusting and bizarre portrait of the situation:
When we first stepped into the house, the stench was just awful; I’m 5 feet 4 inches, and there were piles of garbage as tall as me in the garage. And this is a big garage, probably five cars, and it seemed like they just opened the door of the house and threw the kitchen garbage in here. They’ve never had garbage service. We’ve cleared out four Dumpsters of stuff so ...
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Tweet Unless you’re a diehard NBA fan the name Robert Swift probably doesn’t ring a bell. He was selected 12th overall in 2004 out of high school in California and spent just four seasons in the league, playing for the Seattle SuperSonics and Oklahoma City Thunder, with career averages of 4.3 points and 3.9 [...]
Robert Swift was a former 1st round draft pick of the Seattle Supersonics. It was a shortlived career, as it ended after only 4 seasons, all in which he played sparingly. He purchased a house in Seattle a year after being drafted by the now Oklahoma City Thunder, and it became a cesspool as he ran out of money and was unable to pay the mortgage on it. The bank forelosed on the house...
Recently, we reported on the unfortunate saga of Robert Swift, the 7-foot high school stiff the Seattle Supersonics drafted with the 12th pick in the 2004 NBA Draft. Swift was holed up in a foreclosed home in a Seattle suburb, refusing to leave after the bank sold the property for half its original price. Well, Swift finally left the home sometime over the weekend (likely under threat...
Robert Swift was drafted 12th overall by the Seattle Supersonics in 2004, and, at the time, taking Swift straight out of high school seemed like a solid move, because the 2004 NBA Draft mostly sucked. Unfortunately, Swift’s career became a prime example of why the NBA wanted kids to spend at least a year in college, and it seems that Swift may have recently been reflecting on his...
Former Seattle Supersonic Robert Swift was back in the headlines recently after refusing to leave his foreclosed home that had been purchased. The draft bust finally vacated the premises of the Sammamish (Wash.) home, but his little standoff left quite a nasty situation.
The couple that purchased the home got a news camera crew from KOMO to document the mess left by Swift at...
The Seattle Super Sonics drafted the 7’1” Robert Swift right out of high school back in 2004. Swift was playing in the D-League and last was playing for the Tokyo Apache.
Swift was kicked out of Seattle mansion after he was unable to pay his mortgage. The people who bought the house reported on the disgusting conditions of his house.
Cans of beer dot the grass outside the home...
There was news over the past few weeks that former NBA draft pick Robert Swift was being kicked out of his house. The bank had foreclosed but the big fella was squatting, refusing to leave the property. Respect.
The guy was the 12th overall pic in 2004 and his just didn’t want to...
What we learned today was that Robert Swift is a gangsta. Beer cans everywhere, guns at every corner, shell casings laying around, and dog poop all over the deck. Doesn't get more gangsta than that. The only thing missing is a rap album and making it rain in the club, which is probably what Robert is doing as we speak.
Video: His foreclosed house was a pig sty!
Robert Swift was in the news two weeks ago for the first time in several years after it was reported that he was refusing to leave his foreclosed home that had been purchased by another couple.
The former Seattle SuperSonics draft bust finally exited the Sammamish (Wash.) home, but he left behind quite the mess.
The new couple that purchased the home got a news camera crew from...