Real Estate Rumors
In his former life as an agent, Warriors general manager Bob Myers helped LeGarie build the original Las Vegas Summer League in the early 2000s and still can’t believe how important the real estate behind the baseline has become. “It’s kind of a new phenomenon,” Myers said. “I think it’s kind of been born out of the last few years. I don’t know if it was like that before … so it’s funny to see how this has all developed.”
Tristan Thompson went house hunting this week without Khloe Kardashian and looked at a $2 million modern home that’s move-in ready. Tristan and a bevy of realtors were spotted in Woodland Hills this week, not far from where Khloe lives, checking out an amazing 7 bedroom, 8 bath home … and, yes, there’s a basketball court in the backyard.
The place where Wilt Chamberlain famously banged a large portion of his alleged 20,000 hookups is for sale … and can be yours for a small fee of $18.99 MILLION!! You know the story … the NBA legend claimed the number of women he slept with was in the tens of thousands — and the mansion that harbored his “sex room” and presumably the majority of those trysts has now hit the market.
Three-time NBA champion and two-time MVP Stephen Curry has partnered with Tolliver on one project in Springfield. In a phone interview with the News-Leader, Tolliver wouldn’t reveal which development Curry has invested in but confirmed it’s definitely one in Springfield.
He also said getting NBA players to invest in the Queen City doesn’t necessarily begin with, “do you want to invest in Springfield?” “It’s more so a conversation about real estate first,” Tolliver said. “It’s not a big deal about where it’s at or where it’s located. If a deal is going to produce a 10-15 percent return, then what difference does it make?”
Gheorghe Muresan put his Potomac house on the market. The lower level is the only place you’ll find evidence of Muresan’s career. In addition to a few framed jerseys, there is movie memorabilia from when he co-starred with Billy Crystal in the 1998 film, “My Giant.” The lower level also has two bedrooms, a large rec room, a second kitchen, an exercise room and a wine storage area. The home has several outdoor spaces, including balconies, a spacious deck off the kitchen and a large pool terrace. A three-car garage is attached to the house. The seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom, 9,159-square-foot house is listed at $2.1 million.
Following the sale of his Calabasas home with a basketball court to radio broadcaster Eddie “Piolín” Sotelo, longtime NBA player Al Harrington has settled into a new place just a few miles up the road. The Mediterranean estate, for which he paid $3.8 million, offers a little more privacy. It’s set at the end of a cul-de-sac and offers sweeping views of Ahmanson Ranch from a spacious backyard.