Michael Jordan is having a tough time selling his Highland Park, Illinois, mansion and has slashed the original $29 million asking price in half. According to several reports, the estate has failed to gain interest in the area despite its celebrity status.

“Legend Point,” as dubbed by Jordan, has taken several price cuts since going on the market three years ago, and now the basketball legend is asking $14,855,000. Los Angeles real estate agent Kofi Nartey, who’s helping sell the home, pointed out that the numbers added up equal 23, Jordan’s famous jersey number.

The sprawling 7 acre estate features many luxurious ammenities, including a “gentleman’s retreat” that features the original doors from the Chicago Playboy mansion, and in-house salon, regulation size basketball court, and a putting green and tennis court.