After shooting for the stars in early 2014, Scottie Pippen is back for another attempt at selling his Fort Lauderdale estate. This time, he's slashed the price by $300,000, listing it at a cool $11.5 million.
Still aiming too high? Only time will tell -- but we think not.
Beloved for his superstar run with the Chicago Bulls alongside Michael Jordan -- with whom Pippen won six NBA titles -- the small forward also starred on the 1992 "Dream Team," which brought home the gold at the Summer Olympics in Barcelona.
His six-bedroom, 13,500-square-foot mansion just might be worth the superstar price tag. Not only does its lavish exterior pool feature beachlike entrances and a spiral waterslide (yes!), but the three-quarter-acre property also features a basketball court and yacht storage -- complete with direct access to the harbor, just a short boat ride to the Atlantic.
The interior's seriously luxurious, too: Intricate moldings define the great room, and the kitchen's gleaming flooring, double island, and white cabinetry display the best of Italianate grandeur.
On the unlikely chance the home languishes on the market again, perhaps the Hall of Famer should turn to MJ's real estate marketing playbook. Teamwork!