A judge in New York has authorized a lender to seize three cars owned by the Knicks' Eddy Curry because he's behind in loan payments. Curry, who has played only 10 games the last two seasons, has a $60 million contract that includes an $11 million option for this season.
In addition to the cars, Supreme Court Justice Jane Solomon ordered Curry to pay $75,000 a month plus interest on his $570,000 personal loan from Allstar Capital, according to the New York Daily News.
Curry took out the loan in 2008 at 85% interest, a rate that's legal to charge only in Nevada, according to the Daily News.
Court documents show he also has a $6,000-a-month personal chef, a Rolls-Royce and a $350,000 debt to fellow NBA player Juwan Howard. The Daily News says the documents also show Curry gives $16,000 a month to relatives.
"Mr. Curry appears to be a very, very generous man," Allstar Capital attorney Donald David told the judge. "He appears to have taken it upon himself to support every person named Curry on the East Coast."
Bahahaha, Nothing like a 570,000 loan at 85%