Update: Derrick Coleman does not have money problems after all.
Derrick Coleman is well-regarded (although that may be a misuse of the term) as one of the bigger busts in the history of the NBA. He was a stone-cold lock for first overall pick in 1990. He even averaged almost 17 and 10 over the course of his career, but semi-decent stats certainly don't make up for his promise.
Yada, yada, yada, Coleman opened up some shoe stores in the Detroit area after he retired and slowly amassed his NBA fortune into a gigantic financial empire. Or, um, perhaps not. Turns out, Coleman's not immune to the economy and is selling everything he owns at 75 percent off.
Sherwood has been selected to handle the liquidation of the entire house of furniture and accessories from basketball star Derrick Coleman. All contents are in excellent condition and displayed at our Warehouse for unbelievable savings.Additionally -- as one would expect given the liquidation of everything he owns -- Coleman's shoe stores aren't doing so well either.