The Los Angeles Clippers star didn’t score any points with this multimillion-dollar property.

UPDATE: This home was sold, just in time for the new year! DeAndre Jordan took a bit of a loss on the home, selling it for $11.75 million on December 29, 2016.

Even basketball stars sometimes miss their shots. And for Los Angeles Clippers star DeAndre Jordan, the flip of his Pacific Palisades, CA, mansion was just that. DeAndre bought the seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom estate in September of last year for $12.7 million. But it doesn’t look as if he’s planning on making a profit, since he just listed the home for $12.4 million.

The 10,500-square-foot modern-style masterpiece was completed in 2015 and overlooks the city and ocean from behind gates in the exclusive Palisades Riviera. Step inside the grand two-story entry, and you’re exposed to deluxe amenities, including a professional theater with stadium seating, a temperature-controlled wine room, and a private indoor spa area with its own exercise pool and gym. A gourmet kitchen featuring a center island opens to an expansive family room with Fleetwood pocket doors, intricately detailed ceilings, and a cozy fireplace. In the master suite, you can step onto the oversized balcony overlooking the incredible views of Los Angeles, CA, and the Pacific Ocean.

The rolling grounds feature a pool and spa with cascading water accents, as well as a basketball court (hey, DeAndre’s got to get those practice shots in!), a putting green, an outdoor kitchen, fire pits, and even a drought-resistant turf play area. (This is rain-deprived California after all.) Maybe DeAndre can have his buddy Chris Bosh over, seeing as DeAndre just said he wants Bosh to come play for the Clippers! With coach Doc Rivers nearby, we’re guessing DeAndre can be pretty persuasive.

With its three-car garage, elevator, and extensive smart-home and security features, we’re surprised DeAndre wants to say goodbye to this luxe pad, especially since he’s set to lose money on it. But knowing that DeAndre is famous for his rebounding skills, we’re guessing it’ll be pretty easy for the baller to bounce back from this real estate loss.

Images courtesy of Trulia. The listing agent is Jordan Cohen of RE/MAX Olson & Associates Inc.