KNOXVILLE — The sprawling home where the late legendary basketball coach Pat Summitt lived and entertained is listed for sale at $1.225 million. The house sits on a private cul de sac at 3720 River Trace Lane off Alcoa Highway in Blount County. Sharon Bailey is the listed agent. Here is a tour of the home via a Realty Executives Associates feature. The home features huge decks, a lakeside dock, pool and pool house, along with 260 feet of water frontage, according to the advertisement. Bailey said Summitt bought an existing rancher on the site and added to it. She also built separate entertaining space and a "bunkhouse" that could sleep a dozen.
If there’s anyone who won’t fear replacing Dwyane Wade with the Heat, it’s Dion Waiters. For better or worse. Jon Krawczynski of the Associated Press: This is presumably for the $2,898,000 room exception. At that price, it’s hard to argue with taking a chance on the talented 24-year-old. For a brief stretch in the playoffs, Waiters put it all together and looked like the complementary scorer and defender the Thunder desired. But that was surrounded by more sober assessments of his value. Oklahoma City didn’t extend Waiters’ contract before the season and yanked his qualifying offer last week. This must be a disappointing outcome for Waiters, but at least he can hit the market again in a year.