Warren Sapp Comments About His Jordan Collection in Bankruptcy

News broke about Warren Sapp’s bankruptcy several months ago despite his career football earnings of over $40 million plus additional endorsements.  One of those, Jordan Brand, appeared in his bankruptcy filing when he declared his Jordan shoe collection as an asset in his Chapter 7 filing.  Last week the shoes were auctioned off to help to satisfy creditors for his reported $6.7 million in bad debt selling for $16,100 (far above the expected $6,500 it would bring).

When photos were posted of the Jordan collection, many readers wondered if that was everything and where were some of his more limited edition Player Exclusives, or even retros from before 2011.  While Warren Sapp might have watched over 240 pairs of his collection be sold off, apparently not all of his Jordans are gone.

Responding to @IamAirMax95 on twitter about losing all of his Jordans, Sapp responded by Direct Message “…believe none of what you hear”. While it’s great to hear that Sapp might still be holding onto some Jordan heat, player exclusives, and even game worn shoes, his creditors might not be so thrilled.
Whatever the case is, sometimes the best response is silence.

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