Kevin Garnett Sells Massive Malibu Pad With Ocean Views For $16 Million
Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports
Former Timberwolves and Celtics legend, Kevin Garnett, just sold his massive Malibu property for $16 million bucks and the kicker's not even finished...

the NBA Hall of Famer purchased the estate when he was with the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2003, but decided to start a massive renovation project in 2013.

But, KG never got around to finishing the huge project -- hey, he's a busy guy -- before listing the pad a few years ago for $19.9 million.

The place is HUGE -- the house is 11,000 square feet, has a gated entrance and sits on 7 acres right on top of the Pacific Ocean ... which means #views.

There was a bit of drama tied to the place -- as we previously reported, KG's neighbor sued him in 2014 over trees blocking his sight of the Pacific ... claiming Garnett refused to trim them down.

The neighbor also complained in the suit that KG didn't have the proper permits to add-on to the home ... but ultimately, the case was dismissed.

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Shouldn't that be seven acres overlooking the Pacific Ocean instead of "right on top of the Pacific Ocean"? Otherwise, water intrusion may be a problem.
Reply3 months
Typical....300 million just not enough salary for one man to live off of in these days of systemic racism
Reply3 months
16 million seems cheap for 11000 sqft on 7 acres over looking the Pacific Ocean in Malibu.
Reply3 months
All that oppression. Tragic.
Reply3 months
Smh, money has nothing to do with oppression lol
3 months
Hey Robber, you remember all those mega rich slaves loaded with money.
2 months
Guess he needed the money...
Reply3 months
I’m sure his neighbors are sad to see him go
Reply3 months
11,000 SQ ft? The shop my backyard is that big. Beat that KG.
Reply3 months
That's all he got?
Reply3 months
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