I won two NBA titles with Michael Jordan and Bulls but declared bankruptcy after losing $34 million paying child support to eight different women

I won two NBA titles with Michael Jordan and Bulls but declared bankruptcy after losing $34 million paying child support to eight different women

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Caffey played the first three and a half seasons of his career with Chicago, winning the 1996 and 1997 NBA titles.

He averaged 7.3 points per game during the Bulls’ second consecutive championship run in 1996–97 and started five playoff games, making him one of eleven Bulls players to start a playoff game amid their

The 6ft 8in star was denied a third straight ring when he was traded halfway through the 1997-98 season to the Golden State Warriors.

Caffey eventually joined the Milwaukee Bucks, where he would spend the final three years of his career before retiring in 2003.

The former forward earned an estimated $34,068,568 from his NBA contracts but quickly ran into financial difficulty amid an undiagnosed mental illness and bouts of depression and anxiety.

He struggled paying child support, having reportedly fathered ten children from eight different women.

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