A news release from Baird & Warner Inc., the Chicago brokerage hired to sell the property, says the house, built from 1993-1995, features nine bedrooms, 15 bathrooms and an indoor regulation baseball court with "specially cushioned hardwood flooring," Crain's Chicago Business reported.
Jordan, who became the majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats in 2010, led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA titles and was inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame in 2006.
Jordan and his ex-wife, Juanita, raised their three children in the house. The couple divorced in 2006.
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