Former NBA forward Chris Mills, who starred for the Cleveland Cavaliers and New York Knicks in the '90s, has put his very large -- and very gated -- Tarzana, CA, mansion on the market for $4.5 million.
Once you get past the giant gates, you'll be treated to a sprawling stonework driveway with a three-tier fountain and space to hold up to 18 cars.
The interior of this lavish 6,498-square-foot mansion features travertine and marble flooring, wrought-iron balconies, and coffered cathedral ceilings.
The five-bedroom house also has a library, media room, ballroom, guesthouse, and game room that comes with a professional-grade slate pool table.
Mills, 45, retired from the National Basketball Association in 2003. While his hoops career was shortened by injury, he provided an ageless blooper in a 1999 game against the Dallas Mavericks. Playing for the Golden State Warriors, Mills attempted a shot on his team's own basket -- only to have it blocked by an opposing player.