There was a recent drama between DeJuan Blair and a jewelry store about him not paying items he took out on credit. Now it appears Blair is paying up.
Spurs center DeJuan Blair has agreed to pay back more than $53,000 he owes a local jeweler who let him take merchandise on credit three years ago, lawyers for both sides said.
This might be adding to a bitter end to the undersized forward's career in silver and black. Blair has voiced his frustration on his role with the team this season and adding incidents like this may just make the decision easier for Blair and the Spurs to move on this summer. (MySanAntonio.com)
There's also a bit more troubling news to the incident that might rub future creditors the wrong way also.
Blair didn't respond to the lawsuit at all; he also failed to show up in court earlier this month. At that point, the judge ruled in favor of the store.
Blair also responded with the lawsuit being unimportant and that it was being handled. It seemed Blair really didn't care about the outcome or was delaying the inevitable in the lawsuit.
What do you think of the incident Spurs fans? Is it a big deal or is Blair's immaturity showing with how he handled the incident?