Retired basketball star Magic Johnson recently made news with his purchase of the L.A. Dodgers for $2 billion. But not all professional athletes have maintained their fortunes. Dennis Rodman was the latest to go broke. Dozens of athletes have filed for bankruptcy, had their homes foreclosed or lost millions in other ways. Read on to see which athletes ended up broke at one point in their lives. --by Caroline Kim
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