A.I., ‘Sheed Having Trouble Selling Their Houses

Oh, subprime mortgage crisis, why do you mock the rich and famous? Sure, the current dismal housing situation has hit the middle class the hardest, but that’s way too depressing to discuss on a sports blog. Instead, to take our mind off the drudgeries of the real world, we can point and gawk at those more fortunate than us. Misery loves company and whatnot.

Allen Iverson's home

NBAers Allen Iverson and Rasheed Wallace, who have combined to earn more than $261 million in their careers, are having a tough time selling their homes. So tough, in fact, that they’re slashing prices (Everything must go! Priced to sell! … so on and so forth) — Iverson has dropped the price by 37 percent; Wallace by six percent.

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Dykstra Selling Off L.A. House; Empire Crumbling?

Former Phillie-turned-fortune seeker Lenny Dykstra is hoping to make some more moolah by selling off his lavish L.A.-area abode.

Lenny Dykstra Los Angeles house for sale

Tom Hoffarth of FARTHER OFF THE WALL reports that Dykstra is seeking almost $25 million for the home once owned by Wayne Gretzky. If you like space, Lenny’s place has plenty of it - 12,713 square feet with 8 bedrooms and 7 baths situated on 7 acres of land.

But so much room was apparently too much for Lenny to deal with:

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