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March Madness: 4 Ballin’ Homes

March Madness: 4 Ballin’ Homes

March Madness is almost upon us and, while it comes but once a year, an at-home basketball court provides you with the chance to emulate your favorite shining moments. We narrowed the list to the final four, but we’ll leave it you to decide who should be crowned champion.

March Madness: 4 Ballin’ Homes

16242 Shadow Mountain Drive

Resting on almost an acre in Pacific Palisades, this Mediterranean inspired estate features a basketball court fit for any local fan (Lakers or Clippers).

March Madness: 4 Ballin’ Homes

4130 Calle Isabella

Located 2 doors down from the Western White House and situated on more than two acres with 450’ of ocean frontage, the impressive grounds include a horseshoe court, outdoor cooking area, oversized custom pool & spa, a private pathway leading to the sand, not to mention a full-sized court to practice your breakaway shots.

March Madness: 4 Ballin’ Homes

9694 Oak Pass Road

Once owned by Mark Wahlberg, the Celtics basketball court boasts the image of Lucky the Leprechaun to pay homage to his Boston roots. It’s even rumored that he developed the idea for Entourage on the home’s custom basketball court.

March Madness: 4 Ballin’ Homes

1630 Amalfi Drive

Located one of the most coveted streets in Pacific Palisades, the private backyard features a sparkling pool with spa and water features, basketball court, and barbeque entertaining area.

March Madness: 4 Ballin’ Homes

174 Vaccaro Drive

No March Madness would be complete without a little twist. For the 5th Cinderella entry, here is New York Knicks’ legend, Patrick Ewing’s, New Jersey “home” court.