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NBA Star Chandler Parsons Lists Resort For $17 Million

Chandler Evan Parsons is a former American basketball player. He first played basketball in college for the University of Florida and was drafted by the Houston Rockets in 2011. He joined the Florida Gators men’s basketball team throughout his college years and finally made it to the NCAA tournament during his junior year. 

College and professional career 

In March 2011, Chandler became the SEC Player of the Year and became the First Florida Gator to win such an honor. His NCAA victory led him to be picked by the All-American fifth team and be selected by Houston Rockets with the 38th overall pick in the 2011 NBA draft. He soon set a record in 2014 for 3s in an NBA half and a franchise record for 3s in a game against Memphis Grizzlies, scoring his career-highest points total of 34 points. 

Cotttonbro/ Pexels Chandler got engaged to Haylee Harrison on 22 November 2020
Later in 2014, Chandler got offered $46 million by the Dallas Mavericks and joined their team, where he played until 2016 till his surgery for a torn meniscus in his right knee, which forcibly ruled him out of the 2015 to 2016 season. He later signed a contract with Memphis Grizzlies for $94 million and was traded to the Atlanta Hawks in 2019 for Solomon Hill and Miles Plumlee.

Unfortunately, in early 2020, chandler was hit by a drunk driver and had to suffer through a severe concussion and whiplash. His lawyer announced that he suffered through multiple severe and permanent injuries, including a traumatic brain injury, disc herniation, and a torn labrum, which forced Chandler to step down from his career and announce his retirement at 33 in an emotional Instagram post. 

Chandler’s $17 million resort is on the market 

Thanhhoa Tran/ Pexels | Chandler Parsons bought his five-bedroom, five-bathroom home in the coastal city two years ago for $9.25 million from Anthony Zuiker

After announcing his retirement and being engaged to his girlfriend Haylee Harrison, and welcoming a beautiful baby daughter named Rocket Rose, Chandler Parsons has now decided to unload his glassy, city view home above L.A’s Sunset Strip at under $17 million. The malibu-inspired resort was sold by the creator of the sprawling, lucratively syndicated television franchise “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, Anthony Zuiker. 

The property is fortified by a comprehensive security system and invisible behind a high hedge on a nearly 1.5-gated, lushly landscaped area of roughly 5,500 square feet. The house is of two stories and contains five bedrooms and five bathrooms. A detached multi-room guest house opens directly onto the tennis court, ‌capable of sleeping up to fourteen in a custom-built trundle bed and a mirrored gym. 

Pixabay/ Pexels | You can always make money, but you can’t always make memories

The property for sale dates back to 1990 and has a fairly modern interior with raised ceilings, lustrous polished wide plank walnut wood floors, a fireplace, and a house audio system. The house is often compared to a vacation spot. The athlete seeks to receive a large profit for the place since he bought it before his accident for only $9.25 million dollars.

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