Hardaway acquired the property for $2.9 million in July 2005. The 7,487-square-foot house, which was built in 2005, is in the West Pinecrest neighborhood.
Hardaway played for 14 seasons in the NBA with the Orlando Magic, Phoenix Suns, New York Knicks and Miami Heat. He was a four-time All-Star, a member of the All-NBA First Team in 1995 and 1996 and was named to the 1994 All-NBA Rookie team.
Hardaway was the third overall pick in the 1993 draft by the Golden State Warriors, though he was sent to the Orlando Magic in a draft-day trade. He immediately formed one of the league's top duos with Shaquille O'Neal, averaging more than 20 points and seven-plus assists per game during both the 1994-95 and 1995-96 seasons.
O'Neal left the team in 1996-97, and Hardaway began struggling with injuries. He suffered a serious knee injury at the beginning of the 1997-98 campaign that cost him most of the season and would prevent him from ever regaining his superstar status. In 704 career games, he averaged 15.2 points, five assists and 4.5 rebounds per game.
Hardaway bought a six-bedroom home in Pincrest for $3.665 million on Sept. 17.
According to BlockShopper.com, there were 168 sales in Pinecrest in 2008, with a median price of $666,250.
Address: 9100 Southwest 67th Avenue
Buyer(s): H & H PARTNERS LLLP
Seller(s): HARDAWAY, ANFERNEE D
Sale date: Sep. 17, 2009