Boston Celtics guard Ray Allen may have helped the team fight for its first championship title since 1986, but he still hasn't been able to get rid of his home in Seattle from his SuperSonics days. The b-ball player has now re-listed the five bedroom mansion in Carnation, Wash. for $3.7M.
The houses boasts 10,000-square-feet on 4.5 acres and Allen called it home for four years until he was traded to the Celtics in 2007. The house comes complete with a swimming pool, movie theater and, obviously, a full size basketball court!
Check out these awesome photos on the next pages of the Allen mansion.