Purchase Mistakes Made By Athletes

Have you ever experienced an impulse buy? It’s when you’re out shopping and you see something you really don’t need but you feel compelled to buy it, so you do. Well, these next few athletes definitely knows how it feels, except their impulse buys cost them a lot more.. and in some cases, everything they have..

It’s no wonder that 78% of NFL players and 60% of NBA players file for bankruptcy within the first five years of retirement.

These are the biggest purchase mistakes ever made by an athlete:

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  • Usman Dominates Masvidal

    The fight that everyone wanted to see finally took place on ‘Fight Island’ at UFC 251, and it gave us a definitive answer regarding just who is the most dominant welterweight in the business. That title remains around the waist of Kamaru Usman after he handled Jorge Masvidal in their short-notice title bout on Saturday...

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  • Thomas Takes Workday Charity Open Lead

    After two very solid, if not spectacular, rounds to open the week, Collin Morikawa erred a little on Saturday, allowing Justin Thomas to flex his muscles and lead after the third round. Thomas finished the round at a -16 total after he shot a -6 66 on the day. Tampa Bay...

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  • Dixon Continues Indycar Dominance

    Dominance might be a word overused in the sports world and in racing, but there is no other word that can be used to describe what Scott Dixon is doing in Indycar right now. Through three races this season (Texas, Indy’s road course, and Road America now), he has three...

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  • Two Ronaldo Penalties Save Juventus Against Atalanta

    For the last couple of weeks, it’s looked like the Italian Serie A title race was all wrapped up for Juventus. Inter Milan and Lazio had faded, yet there was a distant threat that was slowly but surely reeling them in in the form of Atalanta. Coming into Saturday’s match up between them in Turin,...

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  • Pac-12 Follows Big Ten Model

    The Pac-12 and the Big Ten are forever linked together, mainly via the Rose Bowl, and on Friday, they added another similarity to the list. After the Big Ten confirmed that they would be playing only in-conference games on Thursday, the Pac-12 followed suit and announced the same thing for their schools on Friday. [caption...

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