Boston Celtics player Jermaine O'Neal is moving out of his Henderson, Nevada, mansion, placing the estate on the market for the second time.
O'Neal has placed his mansion on the market for $3.5 million, the same price he purchased it for in 2007. The two-story, 7,478-square-foot estate features six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen and wine room.
The NBA player is a 14-year veteran of the league and has been moving from city to city, being traded four times to five different teams. Despite being plagued by nagging injuries and a shortened season due to the NBA lockout, O'Neal remains on the roster for the Celtics.
O'Neal's mansion sits on two acres and recently had upgrades of marble baths and a home theatre. Original features of the home include a basketball court, swimming pool with a water slide and an outdoor kitchen.
Henderson has a population of more than 270,000, according to the city's website, and is the only city in southern Nevada with full service police, a fire department and utility services.