Former NBA Star Brian Grant Selling $2M Oregon Mansion

Brian Grant, who manned the paint for 12 years in the NBA before being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, is selling his home outside of Portland, OR, for $2.1 million.

The 44-year-old former power forward's home is a 5,702-square-foot mansion with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. The Traditional-style, two-story structure has a master bedroom on the main level with its own gas fireplace and steam shower. A couple of bedrooms feature blackboard walls, perfect for kids who like to doodle.

Outside is a built-in barbecue area, large covered patio, a pool, and a pool house. Sliding doors open to the workout room, and a sauna is nearby. The property sits on just over a half-acre of land at the end of a gated driveway in Lake Oswego.

Grant played for five teams throughout his NBA career, including the Portland Trail Blazers, Miami Heat, and Los Angeles Lakers. In 2008, two years into his retirement, Grant was diagnosed with Parkinson's at the age of 36. He is well-known for his charity work through his Brian Grant Foundation, headquartered in Portland.