Robert Horry puts up his $2.2 million Texas mansion up for sale


robert-horryFormer NBA champion, ex-player Robert Horry has put up his $2.2 million Texas mansion up for sale, according to TMZ.

Horry bought the 8,440-square-foot pad back in 2007 – the same year he scored his 7th NBA championship – and now he’s finally ready to let it go.

Horry won seven NBA championships with three teams in 16 NBA seasons.

He earned the nickname “Big Shot Bob” for hitting several clutch shots in the playoffs and holds the record for three-pointers made in the NBA Finals (53).

The Houston Rockets selected Horry out of Alabama with the 11th overall pick in the 1992 draft. Throughout his career, Horry played for the Rockets, Phoenix Suns, LA Lakers and San Antonio Spurs.

Horry helped the Rockets win NBA championships in 1994 and ’95, then he won three straight championships with LA Lakers in 2000-2001-2002, and then two more with the Spurs in 2005 and 2007.

In total, Horry played in 1107 NBA games (481 started), averaging 7 ppg, 4.8 rpg in 24.5 minutes of playing time.

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