Marc Trestman is mere weeks away from his first regular-season game as Bears head coach, but he's already in midseason form in terms of Chicago pride.
Per pictures on Realtor.com, based on a story from the Chicago Tribune, Trestman's $2.94 million home in Winnetka includes a basketball court with a massive Bulls logo inside the key, surrounded by grey walls and red pads to finish the room off.
We're not sure how much use he'd get out of it trying to play an actual pick-up game, but while he's not leading the Bears to a potential NFC North division championship he should improve his free throws and 17-footers from the top of the key.
Though it's our favorite part of his mansion, Trestman's abode also includes six bedrooms, 6.5 baths, "a kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, a cherry wood library, a third-floor loft and a lower level with a movie theater, [and] a wine cellar," according to the Tribune.
You can see more pictures of Trestman's home here.