Michael Jordan's mansion first hit the market 10 months ago with a whopping $29 million price tag attached to it. It failed to sell.
Then the former Bulls star reduced the cost to $21 million. Still a little pricey.
The mansion failed to move on the market again, so Jordan decided to auction off the 56,000-square-foot pad in Highland Park with a minimum reserve price at $13 million.
But that $16 million reduction still wasn't enough to get a buyer.
So Jordan's decided to re-list on the market for $16 million. Yes, your math is right, that's $3 million more than the already failed price. But hey, why not give it a shot I guess.
So if you have a few extra bucks laying around and are looking to live in a little piece of NBA history, this living room (and much more) can be yours: