Christian Laettner, a former Duke basketball star whose venture into the business world left a trail of debt and creditors, has reached an agreement with creditors that could help him avoid involuntary bankruptcy.
Christian Laettner, a former Duke basketball star whose venture into the business world left a trail of debt and creditors, has reached an agreement with creditors that could help him avoid involuntary bankruptcy. Raleigh
Christian Laettner, a former Duke basketball star whose venture into the business world left a trail of debt and creditors, has reached an agreement with creditors that could help him avoid involuntary bankruptcy. Raleigh

Former Duke player Laettner reaches deal with creditors to avoid bankruptcy

September 20, 2016 07:01 PM

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