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Live Like a Basketball Hall-of-Famer in This Potomac Manse

The former home of basketball hall-of-famer Patrick Ewing just landed on the Potomac, Maryland market with an asking price of $5.3 million. Ewing previously worked as a center for the New York Knicks and currently works as assistant coach for the Charlotte Hornets. Ewing sold this seven-bedroom listing in 2000 after his final season with the Knicks, three years before he finally retired from the NBA. While this listing has been extensively remodeled since Ewing lived there, the basketball player's personal shoe closet and practice basketball hoop have been maintained. Some of this single-family home's most luxurious features include a lighted tennis court, heated pool and spa, and guest cottage with a bathroom, kitchen, and laundry. Other highlights include the two stone patios and a large finished basement with a gym, arts and crafts room, guest sleeping quarters, and a playroom. If interested in taking a closer look inside this 14,500-square-foot abode, check out the photo gallery below.

· For $5.3 million you can live like an NBA superstar [Washington Business Journal]
· 9712 Sorrel Avenue [Redfin]
· Patrick Ewing Profile [SBNation]