Oklahoma City Thunder guard Randy Foye purchases Jersey Shore home from Bruce Springsteen
Randy Foye and the Oklahoma City Thunder are busy with the San Antonio Spurs. However, the guard had time to complete a real estate deal with another New Jerseyite who has been spending time on the road, Bruce Springsteen
Redbankgreen.com reports that the Thunder guard is purchasing one of the home the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer owns in Rumson, N.J., down the shore.
Springsteen's main residence is a horse farm in Colts Neck.
Foye also has plenty of New Jersey roots. He was raised in Newark after being orphaned as a youth, then was the New Jersey State Player of the Year in 2006 and went on to star at Villanova.
The home is 3,700 square feet and was built in 1904. It is one of three Springsteen owned, starting in 1983, according to public records cited by Redbankgreen.
The property was assessed at $1.96 million. NJ.com reports Foye bought it for $1.737 million.
Foye has a foundation that runs mentoring programs for Newark students, raises money for school supplies, coats and food and offers an annual basketball camp in Rumson.