Retired NBA star and former reality-TV fixture Lamar Odom is once again trying to sell his 8,557-square-foot mansion in the wealthy Miami suburb of Pinecrest, FL, this time for $3.65 million.

He’s had an interesting history with the home, which he bought for just under $3 million in 2003, the year he joined the Miami Heat. His stint in Miami was cut short the following year, and rather than selling the house, he held on to it, at times offering to rent it for as much as $20,000 per month

In April 2017, he put the house on the market for $5.2 million, cut the price to $4.5 million, and then sliced it again to $4.1 million, before transferring the deed to an LLC he controls for $1.89 million, property records show. At the time, he took out a $2.45 million mortgage on the home, the Miami Herald reports.

In October, Odom put the house back on the market for $3.8 million, and then proceeded to cut the price to $3.4 million in January. One month later, he’s relisted it for $3.6 million.

Via’s Listing

Impressive 6 Bedroom, 7 and 2 1/2 Bath Two Story Gated Estate in desirable North Pinecrest. Great Family Home with luxury features including a grand entrance, high ceilings, top of the line kitchen with an island, a formal dining room and built in bar. The acre plus property includes an oversized pool with spa, basketball / tennis court, and large covered patio. Ability to purchase at a below market price before updates.  

 After Lamar Odom retired, he played in total 12 seasons, he earned approximately $100 million during his time in the NBA. Let’s hope he saved some of that cash. Check out more pics of Lamar’s mansion below.