Got $22 million? You can buy Shaq’s house in Orlando, Florida…and he’ll throw in the memorabilia.
“Shaqapulco,” the house he bought 19 years ago on Lake Butler, has 31,000 square feet on four acres, with 12 bedrooms, 11 full baths, a garage big enough for 17 cars, a basketball court (“The Shaq Center”), a pool with a waterfall, a theater and all kinds of personal Shaq touches inside.
The realtor says some of the stuff Shaq has collected and has on display inside the home goes along with the deal, but didn’t specify exactly what. You can see some Olympic team jerseys on the wall of one room in the report/tour below courtesy of WFLA-TV’s morning show.
Modern authentication tools can sometimes reveal some pretty interesting things not visible to the naked eye. It kept one bogus Babe Ruth signed baseball out of the market.
Check out the video below.
Mike Trout is doing a private autograph signing this month, through his exclusive autograph rep, Major League Alumni Marketing. According to Powers Sports Memorabilia, which is participating in the signing, prices will start at $325
The signing is set to take place on February 23 with items due by February 12.
The jersey worn by Wayne Gretzky in his first NHL regular season home game back in 1979 is on the auction block and bidding has already crossed into six figures.
Classic Auctions out of Montreal is offering the photo-matched jersey in its current auction. It was originally obtained by Rick Elaschuk, who was a stickboy for the Edmonton Oilers at the time. He tells the story of the jersey in the video below.
It’s expected to become one of the most expensive hockey jerseys ever sold when the hammer falls February 26.