Bulls' Zach LaVine reportedly sells mansion for $3 million

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Zach LaVine reportedly sells mansion for $3 million originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

Bulls guard Zach LaVine recently sold his Lakeview mansion for $3 million, according to the Chicago Tribune's Bob Goldsborough.

Goldsborough reported that the five-bedroom, five-bathroom home, which LaVine purchased for $3.25 million in 2018, sold on May 21. The home is 8,000 square feet and features amenities galore, including but not limited to a glass-ceiling indoor atrium, heated three-car garage, and theater, gym and wine rooms.

The mansion also, according to Goldsborough, is in the neighborhood where former Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano resided from 2008-2014, and Blackhawks coach Jeremy Colliton set up shop in 2019.

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LaVine, 26, is coming off a career-best season for the Bulls in which he posted career-highs in points (27.4), rebounds (5), assists (4.9), field-goal percentage (50.7) and 3-point percentage (41.9). He appeared in his first career All-Star game in March.

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