Michael Jordan's house has its own hype video

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Selling a house is one of the hardest and most stressful things to do. When you have to put a house on the market, you wish that you can have something more than just a realtor helping you out. It's a tough process and you would surely take all of the help you can get.

You know, such as wouldn't it be cool if you can make a hype video for your house that you're selling to help get it off the market? Well, you can do this if you're a millionaire — like Michael Jordan.

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Yes, the greatest basketball player of all-time has his house on the market, and to help someone come up with the $15 million asking price for the estate, this hype video was created.

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Well, yeah, this is one interesting way to go about things as far as getting rid of your house. But, again, when you have the resources that Jordan does, you can play around with things like this.

Michael Jordan has made some serious money after retirement, but none of his contracts made the list of richest NBA deals ever:

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Michael Jordan's house has its own hype video

T-24. Kevin Garnett, Minnesota Timberwolves

5 years (2004-2009), $100 million

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T-24. Shaquille O'Neal, Miami Heat

5 years (2005-2010), $100 million

(AP)

23. Michael Finley, Dallas Mavericks

7 years (2001-2008), $102,265,625​

(AP)

22. Jason Kidd, New Jersey Nets

6 years (2003-2009), $103,572,000​

(AP)

21. Alonzo Mourning, Miami Heat

7 years (1996-2003), $105,000,000​

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20. Juwon Howard, Washington Bullets

7 years (1996-2003), $105,375,000

(Getty)

19. Shawn Kemp, Cleveland Cavaliers

7 years (1997-2004), $107,000,000

(Getty)

18. Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat

6 years (2010-2016), $107,186,000

(AP)

17. Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers

5 years (2013-2018), $107,343,478

(Getty)

T-14. LeBron James & Chris Bosh, Miami Heat

6 years (2010-2016), $109,837,500

(Getty)

T-14. Kevin Love, Cleveland Cavaliers

5 years (2015–2020), $110,000,000

(AP)

T-14. Marc Gasol, Memphis Grizzlies

5 years (2015–2020), $110,000,000

(Getty)

13. Gilbert Arenas, Washington Wizards

6 years (2008–2013) $111,000,000

(AP)

12. Chris Bosh, Miami Heat

5 years (2014–2019), $118,000,000

(AP)

T-10. Damian Lillard, Portland Trail Blazers

5 years (2016–2021), $120,000,000

(Getty)

T-10. Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers

7 years (1996–2003), $120,000,000

(Getty)

9. Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs

7 years (2003–2010), $122,007,704

(Getty)

8. Chris Webber, Sacramento Kings

7 years (2001–2007), $122,718,750

(Getty)

7. Joe Johnson, Atlanta Hawks

6 years (2010–2017), $123,658,089

(Getty)

6. Carmelo Anthony, New York Knicks

5 years (2014-2019), $124,064,280

(Getty)

T-4. Rashard Lewis, Orlando Magic

6 years (2007–2013), $126,000,000

(AP)

T-4. Kevin Garnett, Minnesota Timberwolves

6 years (1999–2005), $126,000,000

(Getty)

3. Jermaine O'Neal, Indiana Pacers

7 years (2003–2010), $126,558,000

(AP)

2. Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers

7 years (2004–2011), $136,400,000

(AP)

1. Anthony Davis, New Orleans Pelicans

5 years (2016-2021), $145 million

(Getty)

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