Real Estate News Published April 24, 2013 By Aaron Schoenberger
Cavaliers Coach Mike Brown Selling L.A. House for $3.75 Million

Mike Brown is officially over Los Angeles. After a dramatic departure from NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers after only seven games this season, Mike Brown and his wife, Carolyn, have listed their Anaheim Hills house for $3.75 million. The Browns bought the home in 2011 for $3 million.

The 6-bedroom, 7.5-bathroom home was built in 1990 and sits on ¾ of an acre, and includes not only tennis and basketball courts, but also a saltwater pool with a waterslide and waterfall. The house also features a wood-paneled library and office, a built-in aquarium, ornate leaded-glass doors, a sports bar, and almost 10,000 square feet of living space.

Not coincidentally, rumors have swirled that NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers want the coach back next season, where Brown made his name with famed forward Lebron James. Hopefully he will coach for longer than 2 weeks in his next foray in the basketball league.




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