PINECREST — Like a three pointer on a bad day, the price of former Miami Heat star Chris “Birdman” Andersen‘s house is falling short.
Like, air-ball-on-a-fadeaway-shot short.
Birdman, who listed his Pinecrest mansion for sale at $4.55 million a little over two months ago, already reduced the price once.
Now, flying like Birdman at 5826 SW 107th Street will cost you $3.94 million. And there’s probably room to negotiate.
We’ve known for a while that the luxury real estate market is tough, but Birdman’s realtor says the enforcer happens to be tremendously motivated to let the place go. Even if it does have a lit, full-sized basketball court.
However, the 38-year-old tatted-out baller won’t be flying the coop any time soon, despite the fact he’s been bouncing from team to team since he was bounced by the Heat in 2016 after one championship.
“He just wants to sell quickly,” said Ashley Michelle-Velez, who has the listing. “He wanted to bring down the price because he’s got other investments he wants to put money into.”
“Yes, he is investing into something in Miami but I can’t discuss that.”
Even at the new price, the 38-year-old tall head stands to make a mint.
He got the 5-bedroom place with 10-foot ceilings for a song, $1.89 million, when he was signed by the Heat barely three years ago.