Former Miami Heat center Chris Andersen listed his large home near Pinecrest Gardens for $4.55 million a few weeks ago but has since reduced the 7,629-square-foot residence to $3.94 million, notes the Miami Herald.
Birdman purchased the property for $1.89 million in 2013 just before he signed with the Miami Heat, helping the team win their second consecutive NBA championship as a key role player.
Built in 2015, it has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, 10-foot ceilings, marble floors, a basketball/tennis court, heated pool and gazebo. There’s also a 16-camera security system and separate guest quarters.
The 7-footer most recently suited up with LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers before tearing his ACL in December and being declared out for the remainder of the season. He was then traded to Charlotte to free up a roster spot for the defending champions, who are currently awaiting their second-round playoff opponent.
The 38-year-old is likely to retire but in classic Birdman fashion did say he’d be playing for another 20 years back in 2015, per the Palm Beach Post, which would put him in his late 50s.
“I’ll be out there with a walker shooting 3s,” he said.