Gilbert Arenas Has Finally Sold His Shark Mansion, After Removing Sharks
Why does no one want Gilbert Arenas' sharks? Arenas left the Washington Wizards in 2010, but he just sold his house in D.C. (actually, Great Falls VA) -- after slashing a million bucks off the price and removing his giant rumpus room shark tank. Apparently it wasn't a popular item.
I don't know why -- according to court documents which came to light during his divorce, Arenas was spending only $5,000 a month to feed them and $1,500 a month for a guy to take care of them.
The house finally sold sans sharks for $2.5 million, according to Curbed.com.
Arenas put the house on the market two years ago for $3.5 million, and the home would just not sell. Since the house first went on sale, it has seen some renovations, like the removal of a giant built-in shark tank in one of the rooms.
The house has 7 bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms, a gym, and a movie theater. Perhaps the best part of the property is the backyard which has a pool with a slide and a grotto with a full wet bar.
Arenas last played in the Chinese Basketball Association for the -- wait for it -- Shanghai Sharks, in 2013.
Show them what they've won, Johnny:
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