When LeBron James left the Miami Heat to rejoin the Cavaliers after four seasons, the decision came as a bit of a surprise.
For those wondering if James may one day return to South Beach to play basketball, a clue can be found in his recent decision to sell a sizable piece of real estate.
James sold his Miami mansion for $13.4 million, according to Joe Vardon of Cleveland.com. It was a couple million lower than he was originally asking, but he still made a profit of $4.4 million on the deal.
Here's a description of the house from the actual listing:
"Overlooking the open bay, the King's palace is the most opulent estate in Miami. The contemporary compound features chef's kitchen, sommelier's wine cellar, office, custom theater, generator, guest home & private master rooftop sun deck. Glass doors open to covered terraces throughout. Luxurious outdoor living; summer kitchen, 4500 sf entertainment space, infinity edge pool & concrete dock for two 60' yachts. Walled, gated private estate with state-of-the-art security system, security quarters & more."