Miami Heat’s Mike Miller Puts $9 Million Dollar Mansion On Market [Photos]
Rucuss staffNovember 11, 2011
NBA player Mike Miller has put his Miami mansion up for sale.
The Miami Heat forward decided to put up his massive property because he was uncertain about his future in the NBA. Since the lockout, Miller is unsure about his salary or future in the league. The 9,968-square foot Pompano Beach estate has an annual property tax of $180,000.
“It’s a couple of things,” said Miller to the SunSentinel about his decision to sell his home. “Just preparing myself; never know what can happen.”
Among the expected provisions in the post-lockout, the NBA will have an amnesty clause that would allow each team to remove one contract from its salary-cap and luxury-tax obligations, with that player still receiving his full salary upon his release.
Miller’s salary is next in line behind LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh at $5.4 million. He has three seasons left on his contract.
“If anything happens with the amnesty, this is just going to be a business decision and I can respect that,” he said. “Teams will only get one opportunity to use it. I can respect that part of it.”
Miller is selling his 10 bedroom, six bath estate for $8.995 million. The property includes an outdoor kitchen/living room and a private boat deck. Check out photos of the mansion below.
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