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The Hall of Famer didn’t respond to a 2011 lawsuit filed against him over a $1 million dollar loan.
The Georgia Primary Bank contended in the suit that Irving failed to pay the balance on the 2009 loan and still owed more than $200,000.
After the bank’s efforts to recoup the outstanding balance went ignored, the defaulted loan ended up in a Georgia court.
Irving failed to respond to the lawsuit and now the court has ordered Irving to hand over $230,000. That’s the amount left on the loan plus almost $20,000 in interest.