Former Chicago Bull Luol Deng is looking to unload his Chicago-area digs. Deng, who played on the Bulls squad from 2004 to 2014, now plays for the Miami Heat and listed his 10,000-square-foot suburban mansion yesterday, the Tribune reports. Similar to the homes of other professional athletes, Deng's Northbrook mansion is large and in charge and is seeking $2.8 million. The home sits on a 1.1 acre property and boasts seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, and features five fireplaces, am attached four-car garage and three separate patio spaces. According to the Tribune, Deng paid $2.4 million for the home in August 2009. Deng, whose job for years was to help Chicago Beat the Heat has switched sides (via trade, of course) and now calls Miami home.
·Former Bull Luol Deng lists Northbrook mansion for $2.8 million [Tribune]
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