Ex-Clipper Danny Manning unloads Tulsa, Okla., home

Wake Forest-bound Danny Manning passes Tulsa home on to a new owner

Danny Manning, the retired NBA forward and head coach of the Wake Forest men’s basketball program, has parted ways with his home in Tulsa, Okla., for $677,000.

Manning listed the home for sale in April, after leaving the Tulsa men’s basketball program, where he had served as head coach for the last two years, to the join the Demon Deacons. He had asked as much as $725,000 for the property.

The Traditional-style house, built in 2012, has 4,409 square feet of living space with a game room, an office, four bedrooms and four bathrooms. A basketball half-court and a pool and spa are among its features.

Manning, 48, starred at the University of Kansas, where he won a championship and was a John R. Wooden Award-winner (1988). He was selected with the No.1 overall pick in the 1998 draft by the Los Angeles Clippers and played 15 seasons in the NBA, making two All-Star teams.

The head coach and his wife, Julie, purchased the home in July 2012 for $667,500, according to public records. Blake Loveless of Walter & Associates Inc. was the listing agent. Laura Grunewald of McGraw Realtors represented the buyer in the sale.

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