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NBA star selling Texas mansion

  • January 18, 2013

NBA star selling Texas mansion

Kenyon Martin has spent parts of his NBA career in Denver and Los Angeles, but his home was always in Texas. However, it appears that the Lone Star State isn't big enough for the power forward as he's selling his mansion in Arlington for $5 million. Trulia, an internet real estate database, reported that the home is the most expensive property in the city and has some amazing features like a pecan orchard and bronze dolphin statues.

Martin, a free agent, may have put his property on the market because he might have to consider moving out of state to join a new team. Yahoo! Sports recently reported that the New York Knicks are interested in signing the power forward to fill out its injury-depleted roster.

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