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Sprewell's boat

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I just think it's so comical that a guy who turned down a 21 million dollar contract just got his boat (OK, yacht) repossessed.

Sounds like somebody doesn't know how to budget their finances?? Maybe he really did need to feed his family.. wink.gif

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Man, we might have to get him a 14' alumacraft, lol. Thats just sad though.

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And you thought your boat payment was high. $10,000 a month yikes grin.gif

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I just think it's so comical that a guy who turned down a 21 million dollar contract just got his boat (OK, yacht) repossessed.

Sounds like somebody doesn't know how to budget their finances?? Maybe he really did need to feed his family..
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I wonder why he wasnt making payments? Maybe it was his business managers fault? Im sure he's well enough off. He must have made a killing off his sprewell rims. Plus he has the Sprewell Motorsports business.

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Might just have let it go back to the bank and walked away. Not unusual for people with money and toys to do that. A lot of times cheaper then leasing.

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