Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen has put his north suburban mansion on the market. The Hall of Famer originally listed the 2.6-acre private Highland Park estate in June 2016 for just under $3.1 million. Now, the five-bedroom, 10,000 square-foot home has been re-listed with an asking price of $2.795 million. Built in 2003, the Pippen family purchased the home for a little over $2.22 million the following year. The house boasts an outdoor pool, a wine cellar and of course, a basketball court complete with a large rendering of Pippen’s Bulls jersey on the wood floor. With two separate master suites, 5.1 bathrooms, a movie theater that seats eight and a three-car garage, broker Vikki Wolin, of the Coldwell Banker Highland Park office, said the home boasts "private resort-like living" with a "wealth of entertaining space."