Pistons legend ‘Rip’ Hamilton is selling his Florida mansion, and it comes with two basketball courts


Former NBA star Richard "Rip" Hamilton, aka "Rip City" is selling his massive Florida mansion.

Located at 36 Minnetonka Rd. in Sea Ranch Lakes just outside of Fort Lauderdale, the 10,359 square-foot home sits on a double lot, and comes with right bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms. It also features a Chihuly chandelier, an infinity-edge pool with fountains and a hot tub, a theater, a game room, a gym, and both indoor and outdoor basketball courts. 

It's unclear if the courts come with a prerecorded tape of the late Marvin Barnes screaming "Deeeeeeetroiiiiiit Basketbaaaaaallll."

One of the first to make a face mask look good, Hamilton played 14 seasons with the NBA, was arguably one of the mid best mid-range shooters in the league, and won the 2004 NBA championship with the Detroit Pistons.  He also won an NCAA Championship with the UCONN Huskies in 1999.

The home is currently asking $8,900,000, and the listing agent is Gilles Rais of Coldwell Banker Realty - Fort Lauderdale Las Olas.

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