Jamison, the NBA all-star forward who was recently traded from the Washington Wizards to the Cleveland Cavaliers, was one of the lone bright spots during the Wizard’s loss- and controversy-ridden season.
At 14,000 square feet, Jamison’s home, now listed for the tidy sum of $4.15 million, is an appropriate size for a 6’9” power forward. The mansion has the usual trappings for a professional athlete making about $12 million a year including a movie theater, four-car garage, wine cellar, and of course an elevator because 11 years in the NBA can take a toll on a man’s knees. There is also a poker room in the basement where one has to wonder if Gilbert Arenas ever sat down and played a few hands.
What is truly remarkable about the property is the over-sized nature of most of the rooms. The kitchen has enough room for a living room-like seating area, the master suite is enormous and sadly, the owner’s closet looks larger than most bedrooms this writer has lived in. See what we mean below.
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