Worst Purchase Mistakes Made By Athletes

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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 worst purchases ever made by an athlete:

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