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Take a Video Tour of Michael Jordan's 'Grown-up Playground'

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Former NBA superstar Michael Jordan hasn't had the best luck selling off his insanely decked-out 56,000-square-foot pad, first listing the Highland Park, Ill., compound for $29M in early 2012, only to PriceChop it by $8M in January. Back on the scene with a fresh strategy, the Space Jam star will now hold a live auction of the home (furnishings included) on November 22, with no minimum reserve to speak of. NBC's Today Show got a sneak peek of the nine-bedroom, 19-bathroom—yes, really—mansion, which boasts such jaw-dropping amenities as a beauty salon, a private putting green, a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, and one seriously swanky "man cave." The home also comes fully equipped a full an indoor NBA-regulation-sized basketball court and a generous smattering of "23" and "Jumpman" iconography—lest buyers forget the palace's famous former tenant. Do take a look at the first-ever TV tour, right this way:

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