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NBA’s Tyler Johnson sells Miami mansion with basketball court

NBA’s Tyler Johnson sells Miami mansion with basketball court
NBA player Tyler Johnson has sold his mansion outside Miami for $4.35 million, around half a million less than what he paid for it two years ago. (Zignavisual)

Chalk up another assist for the Miami Heat’s Tyler Johnson. The five-year guard out of Fresno State has sold his mansion outside Miami for $4.35 million.

The sale comes at a loss for Johnson. Records show he bought the home two years ago for $4.82 million a few months after inking a four-year deal with the Heat worth $50 million.

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Spanning an acre in Pinecrest, the two-story house opens through an arched front door to 9,476 square feet of living space. Custom coffered ceilings — each different in style — hang over the living room, center-island kitchen, formal dining room, breakfast nook and movie theater.

Wood finishes make appearances as well, touching up a wall in the family room, a wet bar in the billiards room and the ceilings over the master suite. In all, there are six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. An elevator services both floors.

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Outside, a spacious loggia with a kitchen extends to a swimming pool, spa and pool house. The grounds also hold a basketball court, a built-in trampoline and a four-car garage.

Kimberly Knausz of One Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing.

A native of North Dakota, Johnson joined the Miami Heat as an undrafted free agent in 2014. Through 16 games this season, he’s averaging 11.4 points and 3.3 rebounds.

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