Craig Smith, fighting for a rebound as a member of the Portland Trail Blazers in 2012, is out of the NBA now and fighting in court over the disappearance of his wealth. He made $9.4 million in six NBA seasons but saw his bank account dwindle to $85.
Craig Smith, fighting for a rebound as a member of the Portland Trail Blazers in 2012, is out of the NBA now and fighting in court over the disappearance of his wealth. He made $9.4 million in six NBA seasons but saw his bank account dwindle to $85. Rick Bowmer Associated Press
Craig Smith, fighting for a rebound as a member of the Portland Trail Blazers in 2012, is out of the NBA now and fighting in court over the disappearance of his wealth. He made $9.4 million in six NBA seasons but saw his bank account dwindle to $85. Rick Bowmer Associated Press

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