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In yet another case where a million dollar athlete goes from fame to lame, Walker was forced to sell his 2006 NBA Championship ring.
Walker, who at one point made over $108 million in just his NBA salary, now owes $12.7 million in debt. It isn’t looking any better for the former all star as his D-League stint isn’t going so well either.
According to court docs, Walker had to liquidate his property to pay back his creditors … including his ring. Now TMZ has learned, the ring has been tentatively sold to a guy named Andres Garcia for a cool $21,500.
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The hits keep coming for former NBA star Antione Walker. According to TMZ: “Antoine Walker’s NBA Championship ring for the bargain basement price of $21,500.
Antoine Walker’s NBA Championship ring just sold for $21,500 … which would have been great news for Antoine, if he wouldn’t have been FORCED to sell as part of his bankruptcy case.
Walker — who won the ring as...
If "perennial All-Star" Antoine Walker didn't have bad luck, he'd have no luck at all. Walker, 35, who was the source of many memorable quotes as a member of the Celtics, was forced to sell his 2006 NBA championship ring to pay off his creditors in his bankruptcy case, TMZ reports. The ring reportedly sold for $21,500. Walker won the ring with the 2006 Miami Heat...
Here's the latest chapter in the sad saga that is Antoine Walker's life:
Antoine Walker's NBA Championship ring just sold for $21,500 ... which would have been great news for Antoine, if he wouldn't have been FORCED to sell as part of hisbankruptcy case. Walker -- who won the ring as a member of the 2006 Miami Heat -- filed for bankruptcyback in 2010...
Things aren’t going so hot for former Boston Celtic Antoine Walker. The dude filed for bankruptcy in 2010 and is currently playing for the Idaho Stampede in the D-League.
Oh, and he was just forced to sell his NBA Championship ring. The ring, which Walker won in 2006 while playing for the Miami Heat, fetched $21,500. That’s a nice price, but it hardly puts a dent in what Walker...
MIAMI The list of owners of Miami Heat player championship rings includes Dwyane Wade, Udonis Haslem and now Andres Garcia.
TMZ reported that Antoine Walker, who has lost all of the 100 million-plus he made during a 12-year NBA career and gone into bankruptcy, has been forced to sell his 2006 Heat title ring to that man named Garcia for 21,500.
I think its worth more than that...
We all know damn well that Antoine Walker didn’t win any championships with the Celtics, but he need win an NBA Championship ring in 2006 with Dwayne Wade’s Miami Heat.
Unfortunately, the former Kentucky Wildcat had to sell away his South Beach bling for $21,500 as part of his recent financial woes.
In 2010 Walker filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection reporting $4.3 million...
Times have gotten pretty tough for former NBA all-star Antoine Walker. After spending 12 seasons in the NBA and making over $108 mil in salary (not including endorsements) Walker filed for bankruptcy in 2010, claiming that he is $12.7 mil in debt with only $4.3 mil in assets. One of those assets apparently his NBA [...]
Antoine Walker’s financial issues have been well documented. The former NBA all-star filed for bankruptcy in 2010 with $4 million worth of assets and $12 million worth of debt. One of the items Walker was forced to part with was his 2006 NBA championship ring he won as a member of the Miami Heat! The [...]
Antoine Walker has unfortunately reached a new low in his life: he is forced to sell his 2006 NBA championship ring due to financial problems. Last week, Sports Illustrated’s Chris Ballard released the story that spelled out some of the recent woes Antoine has been going through. Once an NBA All-star, Walker now plays for the D-League’s Idaho Stampede, and shares a $915-monthly...
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