Boston Celtics guard and resident Kobe blocker Ray Allen has re-listed his five-bedroom Carnation, Wash., home for $3.7M, reports Zillow today.The former Seattle SuperSonics star lived in the 10,000-square-foot house on 4.5 acres for four years until he was traded to the Celts in 2007; the next year, he listed the estate twice to no avail.
You can bet that someone who just signed a $20M contract extension has been all basketball, all the time, for as long as he’s been pro: the place comes stocked with a full-size court.
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