The Golden State Warriors won Game 1 of the NBA Finals against Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers Thursday night, but Warriors center Zaza Pachulia has been a two-time loser as of late.
He wasn’t even on the bench despite averaging 14 minutes a game during the regular season. And he unloaded his Miami area condo at a loss.
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The 34-year-old tall head recently sold his penthouse at the Carroll Walk condo building on Bay Harbor Islands for $1.13 million – 14 years after he bought it for $1.33 million, according to real estate records.
Pachulia, who was originally drafted by the Orlando Magic before spending his glory years with the Atlanta Hawks, had made a vacation home in the four-bedroom, three-bathroom condo in the off-season for years.
It was listed originally for $1.5 million in 2014 and it steadily decreased since. The buyer was a shell company based in Panama.