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The former NBA star's eight-bedroom mansion -- featuring half a basketball court and an indoor archery range -- has sat unsold on the real estate market for 17 months. Buyers didn't make a move even after Malone, who played 19 years in the NBA before retiring last month, lowered the price from $6.1 million to $5.7 million.
The log and stone home on two acres was built in 1997 in a gated community in the foothills high above Salt Lake City in the style of a hunting lodge, complete with a soaring 30-foot-high river rock fireplace. It has five fireplaces, a gourmet kitchen and bar, game room, an outdoor pool with a 100-foot water slide and pool house.