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August 20, 2019

Patrick Ewing is trying to rent out his N.J. mansion for $25K a month

April 20, 2019
Georgetown head coach Patrick Ewing (Nick Wass/AP)

Let’s hope Knicks great Patrick Ewing has better luck at the draft lottery than he’s having in the real estate game.

The Hall of Fame center, who will represent the Knicks at the May 14 NBA lottery drawing, is trying to rent out his 10,524 square-foot Bergen County, N.J., mansion for $25,000 per month, according to a listing on


He’s been trying to sell the house — which comes with a basketball court — since 2015, when it was put on the market for $7 million. The 56-year-old 7-foot-1 baller has slashed that price by $2.2 million.

Patrick Ewing's home in New Jersey.
Patrick Ewing’s home in New Jersey.

The palatial home sits on nearly 2 acres of land where annual property taxes are reportedly $114,615. According to the listing, the home has 10 bathrooms, an elevator, a four-car garage, a theater and a bar.

Ewing now spends much of his time in Washington, D.C., coaching the Georgetown Hoyas, whom he led to a national championship as a player in 1984. He will serve as the Knicks ambassador at next month’s draft lottery drawing where the Knicks have the best chance of landing Duke University phenom Zion Williamson.

Should the Knicks sign the 6-foot-7 18-year-old, Ewing could probably suggest a place for him to call home not quite 20 miles from his Madison Square Garden office.


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