Peja Stojakovic made a lot of money during his 13-year NBA career. The three-time NBA All-Star is best known for his eight years with the Sacramento Kings, where he teamed with the likes of Mike Bibby, Chris Webber and Vlade Divac to form a dangerous team for many years. He also spent time with the Pacers, Hornets, Raptors and Mavericks, finally winning an NBA title during his short stay in Dallas, one that would be his final NBA stop.
He never played in Miami but that didn’t stop the once-lethal three-point shooter from purchasing a home in south Florida one year after his career ended. According to the Los Angeles Times, he is now selling that Miami home for $5 million more than he bought it for just three years ago. It is listed for $8.9 million after he paid $3.675 in 2012. The 4 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom, 4,500-square foot 1930’s house has been completely updated and although it’s not as gigantic as other Miami mansions, it’s a beautiful piece of property: