Rip Hamilton hasn’t officially retired, but no NBA team has been willing to add the former all-star forward since he was waived by the Chicago Bulls this past summer. That’s a tough fate for a guy who averaged 17.1 points, 3.4 assists and 3.2 rebounds per game during his career.
Many fans forget that Hamilton was originally drafted by Washington in 1999. He has owned a massive mansion on the Chesapeake Bay in Edgewater, Md. (about an hour from D.C.) since 2005, but he’s now selling the property for $3.75 million.
The sale is likely no reflection on Hamilton’s current unemployed status. He has made more than $109 million during his 14-year NBA career.
If you can put up the $3.75 million asking price, you’ll get the following features:
• Gourmet kitchen with breakfast bar
• Living room with wet bar and billiards nook
• Balconies off each suite
• Private pier with a slip for a 65-foot yacht
Highlights of Rip Hamilton’s Edgewater, Md. House:
• 4 bedrooms, 4 baths and 1 half-bath
• 18 miles to Fantasies Nightclub
• 2.0 miles from Whole Foods