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Daily Delight: No slam dunk for His Airness

15 July 2015 Jay Garcia

After three years on the market, Michael Jordan has been forced to slash the price of his Chicago family home by $20 million.

The property, which has been devalued from US$29 million to US$14.9 million ($20.1 million), features nine bedrooms and 15 bathrooms across three stories (see below), as befits a basketball god.

It also has a 15-car garage, a movie theatre with a 110-inch screen, and a lounge complete with a cigar room, poker room, wet bar and 500-bottle wine cellar with tasting room.

Also on the grounds is a circular pool with its own tiny island and a footbridge, plus a private putting green, full tennis court and fish pond.

The home also features a basketball court in Chicago Bulls colours and a professional gym equipped with treadmills, elliptical trainers, free weights and floor-to-ceiling mirrors. 

(Images: Concierge Auctions)

Daily Delight: No slam dunk for His Airness
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