Stop us if this sounds all too familiar. We could either do a post about last night's Sixers game (they lost) or tell you about Matt Geiger's house selling for significantly less than it's value.
Since it would be tough to add any more LOLs to a story about our former, unachieving, overpaid center selling his house (which includes a shark tank) for $12 million less than he asked for, we'll just give you the link to Gordie Jones' story.
Ex-Sixer Matt Geiger, whose biggest contribution to the team was blocking a trade that would have sent Allen Iverson to Detroit, was in the news again Tuesday, when he finally sold his mansion near Tampa – albeit at a deeply discounted price – after three years on the market.
Geiger, a 7-foot-1 center who was forced to retire in 2002 because of degenerative arthritis in both knees, sold his palace for $8 million, according to the St. Petersburg Times. His original asking price for the home, which sits on 28 acres and includes a shark tank, 330,000-gallon pool and separate guest house, was $20 million.
Read the rest at Philly Sports Daily.