The Russian forward, who spent 10 seasons with the Utah Jazz, has bounced his 7,760-square-foot contemporary on and off the market over the past five years.
Listing agent E. Lee White says the home had been taken off the market in the past because it was leased to another family.
Kirilenko hasn't suited up for the Jazz since 2011, when he returned to Russia to play ball for a season. He made a brief NBA comeback with the Minnesota Timberwolves and Brooklyn Nets after his Russian sojourn, then announced his retirement after the 2014 -- 15 season.
Kirilenko and his wife, Russian pop star Masha, moved to this home in the Arlington Hills neighborhood in 2006, White says. The five-bedroom, window-filled home was built in 1995 and designed by Fred Babcock.
It's spread across two lots and has "views of the Oquirrh and Wasatch mountains, the Great Salt Lake, and city views," says White.