Former Orlando Magic, Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat star Shaquille O’Neal’s Florida mansion near Orlando is up for sale at $28 Million.The house includes a “Shaq Center” for fitness and the “Shaq-apulco” for outdoor swimming, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The home, located on about 3 acres in Windermere, is about 31,000 square feet and has 12 bedrooms, Premier Sotheby’s International Realty listing agent Danial Natoli said.

Danial Natoli of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty office in Dr. Phillips is exclusively marketing the O’Neal property.

“This one-of-a-kind estate was designed for one of the most dominant players in the history of the NBA,’’ Natoli said. “Every exquisite detail has been curated to deliver the ultimate luxury living experience.’’

Outdoor amenities in the “Shaq-apulco” area include a 95-foot-long, 15-feet-deep pool with custom rock waterfall, large sunken hot tub, a summer kitchen, a “tiki-style” open cabana overlooking the beach side of the lake and a covered boat dock with sitting area and electric boat lift.

O’Neal paid $3.95 million for the property in 1993 when the house was a 23,000-square-foot Neo-Colonial.

Shaq’s estate is one of several gigantic homes along Central Florida waterways that have drawn enough wealthy home buyers to outrank all but seven U.S. cities in recent surveys.

In 2016, financial technology firm Smart Asset ranked the Orlando area at No. 8 for owner-occupied houses with at least five bedrooms and 15 rooms.

“Mansions line many of the inland lakes surrounding Orlando,” said SmartAsset’s report. “The town of Windermere, for example, is practically busting with mansions.” Pretty cool pad minus all the Superman branding.