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June 04, 2012

Miami Heat's Mike Miller puts his oceanfront estate up for auction (again)

Miami Heat player Mike Miller has put his Hillsboro Shores (Broward County) estate on the auction block for the second time. If Miller has his way, the place will be sold on June 30 to the highest bidder via Platinum Luxury Auctions, LLC, an auction house specializing in multi-million-dollar real estate and asset sales. The three level oceanfront estate has 6 bedrooms, 8 full bathrooms, 2 half bathrooms, an elevator, 2 kitchens, cigar and wine room, swim up pool bar and more. Before he decided to put it up for auction, Miller listed the home for $9 million. The home was originally scheduled to for auction in February, and while interest was allegedly generated, Miller decided to "re-offer" it now. In other words, he wants to get rid of it asap, so there's neither a minimum bid nor a reserve meaning it just goes to the highest bidder. To live like a baller, click here.

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