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 his 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. A bullet hole pierced the garage window at some point.
“Cars that don’t look like they’ve moved in a long time,” she noted.
Water festers in buckets outside of what was once a million dollar home in a wealthy Eastside suburb.
Pretty disgusting but not completely unexpected of any foreclosed house. The way he treats his house cannot be a good sign of him making a comeback attempt in the NBA.