Cashing In: Former NBA Forward Chris Mills Is Selling Tarzana Home

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.