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Basketball Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas is selling his trophy house in Purchase, NY. The 12-time NBA All-Star's ginormous Georgian-style estate is available for the not-so-diminutive price of $3,725,000.
Built in 1999, the classic brick home measures over 11,600 square feet and sits on an acre of land in the tree-filled exclusive enclave an hour's drive from Manhattan.
While Thomas was known as being on the small side for a basketball player at just 6-foot-1, his taller comrades would feel comfortable in this airy, two-story home with sky-high ceilings. The home also features a formal dining room and living room, an eat-in kitchen, a home theater, and a game room with bar.
There's also a guest suite on the first floor, four additional en suite bathrooms, and seven full bathrooms. Outside, there's a resort-style pool and a terrace.
After his playing days, the 54-year-old former Detroit Piston has turned his focus to management and coaching. Although he led the minor league CBA into bankruptcy in 2001 and was unable to turn around the New York Knicks as GM or head coach, he was hired in 2015 as president of the New York City-based New York Liberty, a WNBA team.