NBA Legend Patrick Ewing Selling New Jersey Mansion

Basketball Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing is selling his mansion in Cresskill, NJ, for $7 million. But if you'd rather just dabble in his luxe life, you can rent his place for $25,000 a month.

The 11-time NBA All-Star, aka "The Hoya Destroya," had the 10,524-square-foot manor custom-built in 2007, with "beyond top-of-the-line" features, according to listing agent Michele Kolsky. Some of those custom features include an elevator, lagoon-style swimming area, and basketball court (naturally).

The seven-bedroom house has an open floor plan with hardwood floors, a spiral staircase in the foyer, and a two-story great room with a two-sided fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows, and an interior balcony. The four bedrooms on the second floor each have a full-size bathroom. The master bathroom has a steam shower, fireplace, and private deck.

Ewing, 53, is currently associate head coach for the Charlotte Hornets and has been a longtime resident of New Jersey. He played 1,039 games for the New York Knicks during his 17-season run with the team and had his jersey number, 33, retired by the team in 2003.