Retired six-time NBA All-Star Jermaine O’Neal has listed his mega-mansion in Southlake, Texas, for $11 million. You can check out some pictures below of O’Neal’s sick mega-mansion. 

Here’s the description via the Listing: 

Sophisticated estate home on 4.7 acres in Carroll ISD built by Michael Kindred. This home has dramatic features & finishes throughout from the curved floating staircase finished in glass & stone to the exquisite chandeliers & customized his & hers offices. Designed for entertaining, an incredible game room houses an elegant wet bar, tiered media room, dual lane bowling alley, lounge & gaming tables. Multiple outdoor patios function well for small & large events. Impressive athletic features include an exercise studio with sauna & indoor full court basketball gym. With eight bedrooms & multiple living areas the home is ideal for a family, kids & guests. Store vehicles in the 6 car garage with large motor court.  

The mansion is on a 5-acre lot located in a tony Dallas suburb and measures more than 16,000 square feet—ideal for a 6-foot-11 basketball superstar.

Built in 2012, it features luxe fixtures and finishes, including dramatic chandeliers throughout the home. Built as a sports enthusiast’s paradise, the home has a home theater, game room with bowling alley, weight room, basketball gym, pool with waterslide, and plenty of rolling lawns.

O’Neal entered the 1996 NBA draft right out of high school and wound up playing 18 years in the league. He made the NBA All-Star team six seasons in a row while playing for the Indiana Pacers. 

Now he’s playing in the Big 3 league. It’s safe to say he made a ton of money.  What a crib.