Former NBA Star Damon Stoudamire Is Selling Portland Mansion

Retired NBA star Damon Stoudamire is selling his massive home in West Linn, OR. The Portland-born point guard played in the league for 13 seasons for four teams, most notably his hometown team -- the Trail Blazers.

Listed for $1,375,000, the 7,795-square-foot home sits on almost 2 acres of land. The style is traditional with touches of Mediterranean flair in the archways, columns, and spiral staircase. The five-bedroom home has a large chef's kitchen and lots of living space.

The massive master suite has a built-in TV nook, fireplace divider, and separate lounge area. The master bath has a soaking tub, tray ceiling, and block glass -- enclosed walk-in shower. Both areas have large windows that overlook the tree-lined property.

Outside, there's even more space to entertain and kick back, including a large patio, an in-ground pool, and a tennis court. And while we didn't spot a basketball court, there's certainly room to add one.

Stoudamire, the 1996 NBA Rookie of the Year, recently spent a couple of seasons as assistant coach at his alma mater in Arizona, but now he's headed to an assistant gig at the University of Memphis.