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