Phoenix Suns’ Jason Kidd puts $2.3 million San Francisco house up for sale – basketball player’s Pleasanton, CA, home

Phoenix Suns’ Jason Kidd puts $2.3 million San Francisco house up for sale – basketball player’s Pleasanton, CA, home – Brief Article

Basketball star Jason Kidd of the Phoenix Suns recently put his 5.4 acre home in the San Francisco Bay-area community of Pleasanton on the market for an estimated $2.35 million.

The Los Angeles Times reported that Kidd and his wife, Joumana, got married last summer and bought a home in Phoenix. The home he’s selling is one he has owned for three years. The house, built seven years ago, has a tennis court, pool, amphitheater, movie theater, baseball diamond and a place to shoot baskets, the paper reported. The property also is zoned for horses.

Kidd, 24, grew up in Oakland and attended the University of California at Berkeley. His wife is from the San Francisco area.

Kidd played with the Dallas Mavericks until last season and was the NBA’s co-Rookie of the Year in 1995.

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