Tyson Chandler Finally Sells Mansion from 2006

Tyson Chandler was drafted by the Chicago Bulls and played for them untill they traded him in 2006 to the New Orleans Hornets. In 2004 he built a 20 room, 11,000 square feet, six-bedroom manison that also has

"has six full baths, two half baths, three fireplaces, a two-story great room, custom travertine and walnut floors, chef's kitchen with a large breakfast room, wine cellar, a home theater, an exercise room, spa, mudroom, four-car garage, and a first-floor master suite with a large onyx bath. The mansion is on a 0.91-acre parcel" according to the Chicago Tribune.

A few weeks before he was traded he actually moved into this mansion which he paid 4 million for! The house has been on the market for the last few years and he was frustrated not being able to sell it he kept lowering his asking price and finally settled for 2.1 million. Talk about a bargain!