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"After 20 months of trying to sell his 7.39-acre, 56,000-square-foot home [Michael] Jordan is trying a different tactic," Forbes reports.
"On Nov. 22, Jordan's 'Legend Point' property in Highland Park will be open for bids. The sale is being handled by Concierge Auctions, with a $250,000 deposit is required for any interested party to enter the fray."
Here's what comes with the house:
* One room filled with boxes of "slightly imperfect" Hanes underwear.
* Three rooms full of spite.
* Dennis Rodman's wedding dress.
* Jerry Krause punching bag.
* Mobster he has to play one-on-one every day in lieu of paying gambling debt.
* Pet parrot who only knows the words "The greatest ever."
* Life-size blowup of his Birmingham Barons baseball card.
* Desk where he composes hate letters to Kobe and LeBron.
* One dead hooker.
* Three hampers of game-worn gym socks he requires all visitors to smell.
* Ashley Dupre's phone number.
* Harvey Gantt dartboard.
* Fax machine loaded with message "I'm back" just in case.
* LeRoy Nieman painting of him pushing off against Byron Russell.
* Bigsby and Kruthers locked up in basement dungeon.
See also: Inside Oprah's Auction.
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Posted on Mar 15, 2019