Headed to the Lake Show, Former Pacer Roy Hibbert Is Selling Indiana Spread

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In advance of his move to Los Angeles, NBA All-Star Roy Hibbert is selling his home in Carmel, IN. The six-bedroom, 11,248-square foot estate "speaks for itself," says listing agent Amy Gallagher of Steve Decatur Group.

After seven years with the Indiana Pacers, the two-time All-Star center -- who stands at a towering 7-foot-2 and broke the franchise record for most blocks in a single game -- was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers in July.

"Anybody in this market would be silly not to consider this home," Gallagher says.

The highlight of this $2.65 million home is Hibbert's man cave, a media room he designed himself. It has seating for eight, a wet bar, and silver fabric walls. The soundproof room feels more like a planetarium than a standard-issue movie theater.

"It's a captivating experience," says Gallagher.

The rest of the home is just as luxe, with natural limestone and dark wood accents throughout. In the summertime, you can cool down in the backyard infinity pool; in cooler weather, you can entertain guests in the game room or on the screened terrace with a fireplace.