Former NBA All-Star Buck Williams and his wife, Mimi, are downsizing from their six-bedroom, nine-bathroom Georgian mansion in Potomac and have listed many items in an estate sale.

Williams, a North Carolina native, attended and played for the University of Maryland from 1978-1981. At Maryland, he earned All-ACC honors in 1980 and 1981.

His 17-year NBA career was highlighted by three All-Star Game appearances, a Rookie of the Year award, an All-Rookie team selection, an All-NBA second team selection and four selections to the first and second NBA All-Defensive teams.

Williams led the Nets in rebounding for most of the 1980s and as of the beginning of 2017, he remained the Nets’ all-time leader in total rebounds, games played, minutes played, rebounds per game, and free throws made. 

The Potomac mansion was built for the former NBA star back in 2002.

The catalog with current prices, descriptions and sizes can be found here.


Pick up for all items will be October 29 and 30 in Potomac and bidding ends at 7pm tonight.

703.889.8949 for questions & information


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