Former Celtics center Daniel Theis sells Boston-area home

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Former Boston Celtics big man Daniel Theis has officially sold his Boston-area home just weeks after inking a new, $36 million deal with the Houston Rockets after being traded by a cap-conscious Celtics franchise to the Chicago Bulls at the 2021 NBA trade deadline per the Los Angeles Times’ Jack Fleming.

Theis got back $2.21 million on the house he had purchased for $1.8 million in 2019, not long after inking his last deal with Boston before he was traded. Evidently, the German big man had added a basketball court, hot tub, and playground to the five bedroom, 4,300 square foot colonial house in Needham, Massachusetts.

The additional $410,000 in profit should have more than paid for the upgrades he made in his brief stay in the home, and help offset any damage the 29-year-old center sustained in the never-ending War On Theis.

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