Stephon Marbury continues to not only hoop over in China, but build his Starbury brand there. This has led to him neglecting certain fiscal responsibilities back home in the U.S. You know, the minor oversights like paying your mortgage.
TMZ reports that a bank has filed documents to foreclose on the Coney Island product's condo in New York having not made any payments since 2010 and owing over $840,000 on the million dollar property. Last year Steph faced a similar suit and was not too worried about it, and just continued along with his ways in China.
U.S. Bank International filed legal docs against Marbury, claiming he hasn't made mortgage payments on his 2-bedroom 2-bathroom NYC condo since March 2010, and currently owes $844,035 on the property ... which he purchased in 2006 for more than a million dollars. [...]It's the second time a foreclosure action has been brought against Marbury since he left to play pro basketball in China -- just last year he lost his L.A. home at a foreclosure auction.