Former NBA star Jason Kidd, who ranks second on the league’s all-time assist list, has sold his lakefront home in Wisconsin for $2.65 million, records show.
The Colonial-style estate is set in the suburbs of Milwaukee, where Kidd spent the last four seasons coaching the Bucks.
Hardwood floors, crown molding and elegant light fixtures are among features of the 8,000-square-foot house. The kitchen, which features white cabinetry and a marble-topped island, can seat a starting five with a coved breakfast nook.
The bathroom in the master suite holds a freestanding tub and dual vanities. There are six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms in all.
Out back, a patio overlooks the water.
Kidd bought the house a month after he was hired by the Bucks in 2014, according to Milwaukee Business News. He paid $2.392 million for the property.
Richard Ruvin of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage handled both ends of the deal.
Kidd, 44, was a 10-time NBA All-Star, leading the Dallas Mavericks to a championship in 2011. His 12,091 career assists rank only behind John Stockton.