Now that former New Orleans Pelican Julius Randle is a New York Knick, he no longer needs his $3.1M
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Now that former New Orleans Pelican Julius Randle is a New York Knick, he no longer needs his $3.1M Louisiana mansion...

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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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have never understood why anyone would have a sauna in south Louisiana
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Anyone know the address? Thinking of pulling the trigger on this one.
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Lovely house, think anyone would be happy...but what about the garage?? If I pay that much then it should have at least a 10 car garage!
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That's one nice shag pad.
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Hope Barry didnt throw no water in there
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I don't think I would buy a multimillion dollar home if I were early 20s and traveling constantly. A nice downtown condo would be much easier to maintain and easier to sell when it's time to.
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Homeboy really likes white furnishings eh? Damn house must be like living in a marshmallow.
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taking a loss on the sale might actually be a tax benefit making 21M next season
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Best comment -- ow! I hope hes not surprised when he sells that mansion for 3.1M and discovers that he can maybe get an apartment for that here. 1 Reply -
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Ballin’ arse house
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This is how players end up broke
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?? His salary last year was $8.6M this past season; not including anything else he has coming in. I'm sure he financed it. How was this a bad idea?
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Your house is probably double your yearly salary while his is less than half of his...
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with that line of thinking you obviously dont have a house
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That's in Gabriel in Kenna Bruh
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This guy Kenners
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that is a very beautiful house... not too much i'd change in there...
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I got about 4 grand in the bank. Think that's a good enough down payment on this baby?
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Email Kamala Harris. She can get you a 30 year deal on that
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I’m going to offer $10K, upgrade the cabinets and fixtures, and flip it for $3.5M.
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I might pick that up for my butler. He said his oldest son needs a smaller place to have people over when he plans a more intimate dinner setting compared to his normal mansion.
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Why the frick did he even buy that house?
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