Nobody panic. We're not speculating anything. It's simply the offseason and we've got some space to fill.
But it appears Zach LaVine has placed his five-bedroom, five-bathroom 8,000-square foot Lakeview mansion on the market.
LaVine bought the house in September 2018, a few months after the Bulls signed him to a brand new four-year, $78 million contract. LaVine paid $3.25 million for the house at 1746 W. Surf Rd.
Per the original listing, which you can check out there, the house features the following:
Stunning home built by JDL Development on a double lot in the heart of Lakeview. Nestled on a quiet cul-de-sac street, this remarkable home features breathtaking architecture and meticulous construction. Overlook your private back yard with XGrass padded turf and built-in grill area from the state of the art kitchen with mesmerizing features: Lacanche range, Traulsen independent refrigerator and freezer, stained glass windows, marble sink and counters, limestone floors, stone walls, custom cabinetry, and built-in breakfast nook. The picturesque indoor atrium, only one of its kind in Chicago, provides year-round California outdoor living. Luxurious master suite includes a massive walk-through closet to the elegant master bathroom with over-sized soaking tub and awe-inspiring steam shower. Three suited bedrooms and an expansive laundry room complete the top level. The lower level features a walk-in wine cellar and humidor, spacious mudroom, theater room, home gym, and guest suite.
Check out pictures of the house below, including the closets full of Adidas gear. For whatever it's worth, the house is listed at $3,399,000. LaVine is probably just due for an upgrade after a career year in which he averaged 23.7 points, 4.7 rebounds and 4.5 assists in 63 games for the Bulls.
The Bulls announced their 2019 preseason schedule on Tuesday, and they'll begin their five-game slate by hosting two of the most exciting players in the game.
They'll kick off their campaign on Monday, Oct. 7 with a matchup against reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks. Milwaukee was the No. 1 seed in the East last year and signed Robin Lopez in the offseason.
Two days later, No. 1 overall pick Zion Williamson comes to the United Center as the Bulls host the New Orleans Pelicans.
The Bulls then hit the road with contests against the Indiana Pacers (Oct. 11) and the Toronto Raptors (Oct. 13). They close their preseason slate at home against Trae Young and the Atlanta Hawks on Oct. 17.
All five preseason games will air live on NBC Sports Chicago and the NBC Sports Chicago MyTeams app.
On this edition of the Bulls Talk Podcast, Mark Schanowski, Kendall Gill, and Kevin Anderson discuss Kendall’s broadcast career in boxing and the latest NBA news.
0:45 - Kendall on calling the Pacquiao fight
2:10 - On seeing Pacquiao up close and a new appreciation for his skill
4:05 - KG on his crossover in his 50+ basketball league and tagging Vincent Goodwill
6:18 - Reaction to Carlos Boozer getting cut his from his Big 3 team
8:40 - Kendall on Thad Young getting Team USA invite and why he’d decline it
12:18 - On Wendell Carter Jr passing on throwing out the first pitch at the White Sox game Monday night
13:50 - On Kyle Korver signing with the Bucks
15:20 - Debating who’s the favorite in the East: Bucks or Sixers?
19:30 - On Ricky O’Donnell and his quote on Arci and White
21:30 - Challenge of Boylen keeping his players happy with the rotation
22:30 - On Bulls bringing Shaq Harrison back and having 5 point guards
25:45 - Why stretching Felicio is unlikely at this point in the offseason
26:44 - On Tim Duncan becoming an assistant coach with the Spurs
30:20 - No Justin Holiday return to the Bulls
31:00 - On the Lakers signing Giannis’ younger brother
Listen to the entire podcast here or the embedded player below.
Bulls Talk Podcast
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